Sega Outlines Changes To The Meseta System In PSO2: New Genesis
The changes are designed to address player feedback on the system.
If you’re one of those Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis players who felt that N-Meseta acquisition wasn’t quite right, it turns out you were correct. In fact, Sega confirmed that the amount earned by players per week was less than expected. So, they’ve added more weekly tasks to increase what players receive. It seems like an interesting way to go since admitting this seems to imply that the devs expected players to receive the appropriate amount of N-Meseta from the existing activity list.
An additional change they’re making is to prevent players from creating extra accounts and use them to farm Meseta for a primary account. To achieve this, they’ve adjusted when the personal shop feature becomes available to new accounts. According to the post, this has been effective enough to reduce the activity by 90%. They also intend to apply account bans to those found to be engaging in this activity.
Aside from that, the team plans to continue to monitor the situation and apply adjustments as necessary.
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