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Phantasy Star Online 2 New Genesis: What We Learned From TGS

  • All classes and races are available without spending some cash, and you can enjoy all assignment content for free, too. Premium currency (which you spend real money on) mainly comes into play for upgrading your mission pass PSO2 Meseta, a conflict pass-like rewards system that gives you additional, rare rewards as you play. With a superior mission pass, you get much more rare equipment much more frequently, including cosmetic items you can't find elsewhere.

    Premium money is also used to play instant-win games which could provide additional rare cosmetic items, and to expand your in-game inventory storage. Nearly everything directly associated with gameplay is free of charge, so that you can play the way you'd enjoy, and not need to shell out money unless you would like to donate to the game and find some rare items in the procedure.

    You might not remember that in the event that you live in North America, since it didn't come out here at the time. It's been a strong two console generations today, but lovers of the first Phantasy Star Online will shortly enjoy the sequel. Phantasy Star Online 2 is free-to-play on the Xbox One, and also a Windows 10 version will start later this season (PS4 and Nintendo Switch versions launched in Japan in 2016 and 2018, but no word on US releases on these platforms has been awarded ).

    The game is now in open beta, so we won't give it a critique score until it completely releases. However, even in beta form, PSO2 is a action-filled buy PSO2 NGS Meseta, hack-and-slash-and-shoot experience with a comprehensive equipment system along with an unobtrusive premium money element.