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Phantasy Star Online 2 & New Genesis: PS4-Versionen haben endlich einen westlichen Termin erhalten

PS4 releases have finally been given a western history

The wait for PlayStation 4 players is finally over! “Phantasy Star Online 2” and “Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis” have been given a Western release date by SEGA.

As you know, miracles happen again and again, and the announcement of a Western release date for “Phantasy Star Online 2” and “Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis” definitely falls into the “miracles” category. Even if you don’t believe your eyes at first, SEGA has already announced a date for PlayStation 4 releases.

Something that takes a long time,…

Accordingly, “Phantasy Star Online 2” and “Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis” will be released on August 31, 2022 in the West. Almost exactly ten years ago “Phantasy Star Online 2” appeared in Japan for PC and over the years PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch applications were also introduced.

In April 2020, North American Xbox One players received the first English-language version of the RPG, which was due to follow a month later for PC. A global release followed on both platforms in August 2020. Since then, things have been pretty quiet regarding the PlayStation 4 release for the West. The sequel to “Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis” is released worldwide in June 2021 for Xbox One and PC, while a PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch version is also available in Japan.

Well worth a look at Phantasy Star Online 2: Intro and a lot of role-playing games

The long wait for Western PlayStation gamers is over, with ten years of content to enjoy at the end of next month. Since both games will be released as free-to-play titles, you can spend your time diving in, creating your own character, exploring the sprawling battlefields, and enjoying the upgraded graphics. Thanks to cross-platform support, you can also play with Xbox One and PC players.

source: jimatsu

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