What I need to know is how they are going to take care of Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta accounts on different programs (Steam)...
, August 8,2020 - Doğal
What I need to know is how they are going to take care of Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta accounts on different programs (Steam)... am I going to have to start over or will I somehow be able to connect my XB account I have been playing on PC with and continue? If I will have to start over and lose the money/time I've already spent then I'm going to stop playing before the Steam version is available because I really don't enjoy how Microsoft handles accounts and the purchases. Not true, never really had a problem with conducting Halo MCC. Gambling Services which PSO2 uses differs. Gambling Services is cancer rather than works + requires script that takes reboot to un/reinstall (I hate rebooting and shouldn't need to, as a linux enthusiast ffs), Game Bar behaves itself.
Saying, its still very unlikely. I am not saying we all know for certain if you think about that although it WO N'T occur: the current NA version already has international ratings. Previous Phantasy Star games always had EU and NA share servers. The additional cost and work using two different game customers with their own separate servers (including to a total of 3; NA, EU, JP to get Online RD (SEGA's dev team) to handle ). The NA version has EU Privacy Laws compliant and has a'player spoken language' setting (what language YOU use to talk, now its only English and Japanese, but more could be added). Simply making the current NA variant a Global version seems more likely as well as potential.
The justification was most likely SEGA's desire to have the ability to handle their JP version without having to be concerned about the market. The couple of times they talked about this they mentioned having the ability to deliver place exclusive upgrades after all... in PSO2's situation, they didnt need to be paying for global rights to collab nor to consider if collabs with specific companies like Dawson or any obscure anime would be relevant to this Western players to warrant the cost of global rights. SEGA wants the variant what might appeal to them and to be its own thing targeted mainly at the marketplace.
Any thoughts if the"additional PC platforms" will even crossplay? I understand Steam has had any MMOs that had servers while others elderly MMOs they'd did not. PSO2 is a sport that is centered around platform much in the same manner as FFXIV. Steam has.
I can not see it coming to people such as GOG Galaxy, Itch.io, Bethesda Launcher, Battlenet or the Nexon Launcher (though GOG Galaxy and Ich.io for different motives from the remainder of course, these two are more indy-oriented while another three are too proprietary-focused and less well known for being storefronts up to they are the way you play Phantasy Star Online 2s from those publishers). Maybe the Discord Store and Twitch app? (those are even worse than Epic and cheap PSO2 Meseta Origin so I've doubts (the Discord Store is dead, makes me wonder if they're still selling games in the Twitch program )). What else even is there anyhow?