Phantasy Star Online 2 NGS Is Headed to PlayStation 4...Finally!
Exciting news for PS4 fans.
If you’ve been holding out on playing Phantasy Star Online 2 New Genesis because you’d much rather get that console experience (on something that isn't an XBox), we have good news. Sega’s MMO is headed to the PlayStation 4. Today, the game’s official Twitter account revealed that the game will be launching on the platform on August 31. The news was originally revealed at Anime Expo, but of course, we get it with the power of the internet.
For those wondering, PSO2 Classic is also going to be available on the console as well. Of course, with PSO2 being as old as it is, that may not matter much to most players. But, for those of you that it does, it’s still good news.
Also yes! PSO2 classic is coming as well!!~ ♡
— Phantasy Star Online 2 New Genesis - Global (@play_pso2) July 1, 2022
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