Phantasy Star Online 2

One year ago at E3 2019, Xbox shocked many by announcing that Phantasy Star Online 2 would be coming to the western market. Fast forward to 2020 and Xbox has shown us what is next up with Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis. Slated for release sometime in 2021, New Genesis is touted to bring limitless adventure into a new, expansive world. Learn more about Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis at ht...

On Monday, January 27th, Sega and Xbox Insider announced the start date for the highly anticipated Phantasy Star Online 2 Closed Beta Test. Since its announcement at E3 2019, gamers have been anxiously waiting for their first taste of Japan’s most successful MMORPG and that wait ends very soon. Starting February 7th at 5 PM PST, players will be able to log in to PSO2 on Xbox One and the closed tes...

Things have been quiet on the Phantasy Star Online 2 Western Release front since its announcement at E3 2019. Japan’s most successful MMORPG has been a highly requested game here in North America since it’s release in 2012. While a western release date for PSO2 is still unknown, Xbox has opened up registration for a Closed Beta coming in Early 2020. The first beta will be exclusive to ...

With the gaming industry going full-steam ahead on games as a service and online social interaction, Bandai Namco announced their entry into the ring on Friday, June 28, 2019, with a new action-RPG called Blue Protocol. The game is being developed by Project Sky Blue, a hybrid group of developers from Bandai Namco Online and Bandai Namco Studios. Blue Protocol is set in a “world on the brink of de...

With Xbox kicking off this year’s E3 festivities, many people were expecting some prominent showings from Microsoft’s First-Party titles like Halo and Gears of War as well as some of their revered indie titles like Ori and the Will O’ the Wisps. What most weren’t expecting was a plan to bring Japan’s most popular MMORPG, Phantasy Star Online 2 (PSO2) to the West in 2020.

Sega is finally bringing Phantasy Star Online 2 to the Western market after more than seven years since its original release. The online role-playing game first hit Windows PC in Japan and now looks to find a home on Xbox in the Spring of 2020.

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