Sega Special Edition "Phantasy Star Online 2" is worth every penny Mar-19-2020

Based on my experience playing the Japanese version, Sega's Phantasy Star Online 2 is a great example of a good free template to play. The game does not radiate money in every corner. Does not block content or progress. But that doesn't mean you don't want to spend your hard-earned money on in-game costumes or consumables or the benefits of life. Sega knows this and that is why I just announced the package of a PSO2 founder called "Sonic Collaboration Pack".

With a selection of Sonic the Hedgehog suits, hairstyles, emotions and masks, and of course Sonic Knucles Arms Camo, it's clearly aimed at fans of blue fading. But even if you take it all away, the $ 59.99 order price is valuable when you start looking at consumables, 30-day Premium package, and inventory expansions.

For me, the most important value is those extensions in inventory and storage. While Phantasy Star Online 2 makes it easy to send all kinds of items from your "personal" inventory to your personal and public vaults, you will quickly find a 50 item virtual virtual inventory space that fills up quickly - especially during urgent missions, reward missions and exploration at a high level. Now you can store more in your own character and instantly unlock 250 additional slots for extensive character storage.

500 Grinders is also a nice little bonus. For example, those tickets are 12 AC Scratch. Consumers like Acquired EXP and Triboosts only collect them while playing, but more of them never hurt.

All in all, these items can go up to $ 100 if bought separately. For PSO2 fans who know that they will sink their teeth and put some free time into the game once the open beta for Xbox is released on March 17, it is likely that there will be no thought.

Even if you're not interested in the audio elements, the combination of the actual cost of stock expansion only, AC Scratch tickets, and a Premium Collection is about $ 65 to $ 75, more cheap . The open beta of Phantasy Star Online 2 is March 17 launched for Xbox One and for the PC "Spring 2020".