Sega have introduced that the North American PC model of Phantasy Star On-line 2 shall be heading to Steam, together with Episode Four content material launching the identical day.
As acknowledged within the press launch (through e mail), not solely is the sport coming to Steam, however will achieve this the identical day the Episode Four content material involves North America on Home windows PC and Xbox One.
“It’s our objective to carry Phantasy Star On-line 2 to as many gamers as we will,” stated Fred White, PSO2 TEAM North America’s Head of Advertising and marketing.
“Now we have heard the requests for a Steam launch, and we’re excited to announce that quickly Steam customers in 36 nations on six continents will be capable to expertise PSO2 on their platform of alternative, together with common options like Steam Achievements and Distant Play. The Steam Retailer web page for PSO2 opens right now. Moreover, all gamers on PC and Xbox One will be capable to begin Episode Four on the identical day — August fifth!”
Episode Four continues the sport’s story after they’ve awoken from a protracted slumber, proper inn the center of an “inner invasion” by faux ARKS members, Phantasms, and the invention of a brand new planet in one other dimension: Earth.
Together with elevating the extent cap, gamers will be capable to go to Tokyo and Las Vegas to resolve the mysteries, defeat would possibly enemies inflicting havoc, and making an attempt to uncover the group referred to as Mom Corps.
Yow will discover the Episode Four announcement trailer and screenshots (through emailed press launch) under.
The press launch made no point out of Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis, the not too long ago introduced almost-sequel. Nonetheless, it was confirmed the unique Phantasy Star On-line 2 would proceed to be supported, and permit some parts to switch between each video games.
Phantasy Star On-line 2 is offered and free-to-play Home windows PC (through the Microsoft Store, August fifth through Steam), and Xbox One worldwide; and PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Nintendo Change in Japan.