After experiencing the fantastic Xbox One Closed Beta of this North American version of Phantasy Star Online 2, we've had one burning question: When will Sega end our refunds and launch the Open Beta? Well, the busy PSO2 Meseta British Twitter accounts just dropped a big, hopeful hint. And that hint disclosed the Phantasy Star Online 2 Open Beta could lead up into the North American launch.
The concept contains enough ambiguities ("couple" and"expect" among them) to be far from a guarantee, but that strongly hints toward the Open Beta launching on Xbox One to coincide with the summit of American Spring Break in mid-to-late March.
But did you catch the hidden meaning? If this is one of the last few weekends without Phantasy Star Online 2, it could mean Sega intends to carry the Open Beta right up into the planned Spring 2020 launch.
The possibility of playing through without another fracture is thrilling although that date is still not been supported by Sega. I've been playing with a Japanese account using the amazingly thorough fan-translated English patches, but a lot of gamers are only discovering PSO2 for the very first time. Those players are most likely hesitant about investing the effort into characters that will probably not be moved to North American servers.
What I will tell you is that for buy meseta pso2 an 8-year old sport, it looks and runs like a dream on both the PC and Xbox One X, and it's absolutely one of the best MMO Action RPGs you could sink your own time into. Content or no progression is locked off, and I have spent at least 50 hours to the PSO2 server before considering spending real-world cash. At any rate, it looks like the wait is almost over and I'll keep you posted on all the major PSO2 NA news coming from Sega.