Phantasy Star Online 2 Gameplay
In 2012, Japan saw the release of Phantasy Star Online 2, a free-to-play MMORPG. Sega launched PSO2 New Genesis in 2021, a huge standalone game that can import data from the original. This update takes place in the same universe as the previous one, but it includes new content and a new plot. Hiro Arai, the Navigator of New Genesis, was recently interviewed by Dengeki Online, who stated how Sega choose to continue supporting PSO2 gamers rather than creating a new game like Phantasy Star Online 3.
Phantasy Star Online 2 New Genesis Crossplay – (Xbox & PC)
The Xbox One and PC versions of Phantasy Star Online 2 are compatible with each other. Although there are fewer platforms on which the game may be played than on Japanese servers, people worldwide can play together on the two platforms.
The cross-progression is another feature included in this new edition. If you possess an Xbox One, you may use the same account to play on any PC and continue where you left off. PC players who wish to switch to an Xbox are in the same boat.
Pantasy Star Online 2 PS5 2022
In May 2020, in North America, Phantasy Star Online 2 will be released for Xbox One and PC. Outside of Japan, the game has yet to be released.
The enhanced sequel, Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis, was initially announced during the Xbox Games Showcase. However, on June 9, the game will be released in Japan for PlayStation 4 (as well as Nintendo Switch). So, technically, PSO2:NGS isn’t a global Xbox exclusive. However, it has yet to be revealed in the west on the PS5 or PS4.
Phantasy Star Online 2 New Genesis Crossplay PS4
No, the game will not be published on PS4. It’s been a long time, but Phantasy Star Online 2 is finally arriving to the West this month in enhanced form, as Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis will be available on Xbox One and Xbox Series X.
Many people were surprised when Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis was announced during an Xbox Series X demo, since many had not expected a Western release, let alone on Microsoft’s current and next-gen systems.