The majority of the new cosmetics take after Earth


The majority of the new cosmetics take after Earth

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Of course, Episode Four will even come with PSO2 Meseta new items, such as gear, augments and cosmetics. Additionally likely being inserted is crafting, which most enthusiasts have been asking about. Crafting was released in Episode Four in Japan so it's likely we will finally see it at the North American version in August. However, PSO2's crafting system does not work how crafting does in other games. Here, you do not necessarily make items or equipment, and improvements can make weapons worse. The big thing that comes with crafting is the capability to personalize Approaches, fresh achievements and titles.

The majority of the new cosmetics take after Earth and the story's new characters, so they may not be for you if you prefer to keep a high sci-fi look. 1 notable new item is Bonus Keys. These are gained from Featured Quests and sometimes as Rare Drops. However, there is a catch: while they're easy to destroy, they're also able to deal huge damage, killing some courses in just one or two strikes. There is also a time limit on how long you need to finish the quest, and neglecting means you have wasted a secret. Bonus Quests drop tons of rare loot and certain currencies in bulk in addition to granting a lot of experience, making them worth the time.

A combination of PSO2's troublesome launcher and issues with the Windows Store resulted in a load of issues with the first PC release. PSO2 Tweaker -- the fan-made tool that gamers were using to play with the Japanese release for ages -- was updated to help alleviate the issues, but hopefully that will be unnecessary.

Phantasy Star Online 2's next big update is coming in August, and there is battleships inside for some reason

Since Phantasy Star Online 2 launched on PC at the West last month, I've played more than 50 hours of it--and even I can't let you know exactly what the hell is happening in the trailer for the upcoming August upgrade. Unveiled today during IGN's Summer of buy Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta Gaming event, this new trailer teases Episode 4 of PSO2's story, but the trailer itself mostly shows a squad of mechs fighting with a giant battleship. I am not even talking about, for example, a cool area battleship. This is the IJN Yamato, a WW2 Japanese battleship.

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