Phantasy Star Online 2 Announces Official Webcomic With Free Item Code
If you're in the mood for additional Phantasy Star Online 2 content, Sega's dropped something new. There's now an official Phantasy Star Online 2 webcomic, otherwise known as PSO2Comi. The comic is available to read on the game's website.
Currently, there are two issues available to read, and they tie in with the game's current event. They're also a bit meta. That said, even if you're not interested in reading the comic, it might be worth looking at it every now and again. The first issue included a code for a PSOWCOMI Memory that can be exchanged for a collaboration item at the bottom. We'll actually include that one here, but you can't blame us if there are future codes and we miss them.
To get the item, enter the code 1YLHY5C9G3VW3LN3 into the visiphone.
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