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post Mar 27 2012, 09:30 AM
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Holding these random memories

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We've discussed it in the skype channel, but nothing posted on the site about it.

Some pretty big news about PSO2 has been dropping, first and foremost, its coming out on PS VITA as well as PC, and Sega is "trying" to ensure that PC and Vita will be cross-compatible. Awesome! The PSV release won't be out till 2012, though.

They've also confirmed the game will be FREE to play. You can download the PC client for free (and to the Vita a well?), and we can most assuredly assume there will be premium upgrades for costumes and weapons and crap, par for the course with F2P games nowadays.

Sega also announced that there will be a version of PSO2 for iOS and Android.

according to Andriasang, Sega promised "social game elements," and simpler controls and character creation. Data will be shared between the phone and PC/Vita versions, but crossplay will not be possible. This version is due winter 2012, between the summer PC release and the 2013 Vita release.

I wonder if the "Shared Data" is specifically your character, or if its like a side-game with Mag Raising or some shit?

And now Most importantly, they're releasing a BETA, first they're releasing a version of the character creator on April 5th (boob sliders!) Later that month they'll hold a private beta for 100,000 invitees. I don't know how to register yet, but I'm sure Donkey can figure it out.






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post Jun 16 2013, 11:12 AM
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I am finding this website to be most useful toward understand what's going on in PSO 2.

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