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New Genesis is miles ahead of the current Phantasy Star Online 2 in gameplay and images and is looking ready for the Complete launch coming in June meseta pso2 ngs. There's a brand new game on how this summer for your Phantasy Star Online franchise, and after enjoying the Closed Beta last weekend, we can say it's a significant improvement not only for the series but free-to-play MMO's as well. Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis hits the sweet spot between overhauling a game for the contemporary era and still being recognizable through its center playstyle. It runs smoothly, looks gorgeous, is enjoyable to play with and has a few new tricks up its sleeve for players to discover.

Maybe not everything was included in the Beta, some attributes weren't ready, sadly, but the true online gameplay experience was still there. It's unknown if there will be a second beta, and there is no real release date out of some time in June. However, SEGA will be needing another PSO2: NGS Prologue video near the end of May, so we'll probably find more then -- such as whether or not the launch are also on consoles.

One of the biggest changes besides finger motions is the upgraded graphics. Soon players can be in awe at PSO2: NGS's lovely new world and the characters inside. No more 2010 graphics; rather, the world is vast and lush, water ripples and contains full reflections, and characters and enemies have incredible shading and motion.

Possessing a massive open-world really shows off the engine since it is possible to find vistas to get amazing views of the sun rising or enjoy the rain across a wetland as a result of the day/night cycles and new weather systems PSO2 NGS Meseta buy. It is seriously stunning and capable of becoming on par with AAA titles, which is enormous for a free-to-play game.