PSO2: NGS Closed Beta Test Starts May 14th, Sign-Ups Start Next Week
Today, Phantasy Star Online 2 fans are a step closer to experiencing the next part of the adventure as Sega announced the date for the Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis beta test. As it turns out, we only have a month to wait. The upcoming test weekend starts at 8:00 PM Central time on Friday, May 14 and runs through 9:00 PM on May 16.
If you'd like to take part in the test, you're going to need to sign up. To do this, you'll have to register via the Xbox Insider Hub App on or after April 21. As with most closed betas, they'll be limiting the number of people who can participate, and participation is determined on a first come, first served basis. So be ready.
If you are lucky enough to get in and play, you'll receive some sort of special reward. What that reward is hasn't yet been announced.
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