SEGA made sure to not leave out PC gamers

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SEGA made sure to not leave out PC gamers


SEGA made sure to not leave out PC gamers by releasing Phantasy Star Online Blue Burst, that was an interface of the first and second games in the series. Lastly, a spin-off name found its way to the Nintendo DS branded Phantasy Star Zero that Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta served as a vague sequel to the previous games in the set.

Since the franchise took the leap towards another generation of consoles, it started to favor greater action-oriented gameplay, which was evident in Phantasy Star Universe -- a name that launched its home on PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 2. The game would later be succeeded by two sequels.

Now that ride comes to an end as PSO2 leaves beta status and launches on Xbox One in North America. While the popular Action RPG has enjoyed both a closed and open beta on Microsoft's console, we could call it official and start fighting Falspawn in earnest. However, when can PC gamers jump in? Well, the release date has been shown by Sega, however it includes some news.

Only on the Microsoft Store. All those headlines you might have seen about the game launch on Steam when it hits PC have been left nothing more than optimistic rumors. The fantastic thing is that cross-play between Xbox One and PC players will be empowered.

Our participant community is the heart and cheap PSO2 Meseta soul of this game and we couldn't have done it with no continuing support and enthusiasm." Fred White, PSO2 TEAM North America Head of Marketing.

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