Publisher Sega has announced that Phantasy Star Online 2 will also be released for PC in North America in May 2020. A release in Europe has still not been confirmed. Contrary to expectations, the online role-playing game will also not appear on Steam. Instead, Sega initially decided to publish it in the Microsoft Store. The title is already available for Xbox One.
In a press release, Sega executives announced that Phantasy Star Online 2 will be released for PC in North America in late May. So far there is no date for Europe. The online role-playing game has already officially launched for Xbox One in North America this week. Previously, the title could already be tested in a beta. As soon as the game is available for the PC, there will also be crossplay between the two versions of PSO2.
However, Phantasy Star Online 2 will not initially appear on Steam. Publisher Sega will offer the role-playing game exclusively in the Microsoft Store. The responsible have not yet revealed whether this is a time-exclusive deal. We will keep you up to date when there are details about a release in Europe. Phantasy Star Online 2 has been available in Japan for eight years. Especially for the version now available in North America, all characters have been re-set and texts have been translated. You can find a trailer for the role-playing game below the message.
Only in February speculation surfaced that Phantasy Star Online 2 will also appear on Steam. At the time, fans discovered an entry in the online role-playing game's digital manual on the website, which names Steam as a platform, among other things. By the way, PSO2 can be played as a free 2-play title for free.
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