Phantasy Star Online 2 is coming to the PC on May 27th, will be free to play

SEGA announced today that its massively online action RPG, Phantasy Star Online 2, is coming to PC on May 27th. The game will be available for free on Windows Store, and will support cross-play.

Fred White, PSO2 TEAM North America’s Head of Marketing, said:

“We’re thrilled to announce the long-awaited arrival on PC. There’s a loud and passionate PC fanbase who has been patiently waiting for the North American version. We can’t wait to welcome them in. There will be login bonuses waiting for them with more surprises planned in the coming months.”

The North American version of Phantasy Star Online 2 includes fully localized text and character voices in English, spanning three years of content. In addition to the original PSO2 story, the NA version also features the most-up-to-date balancing and quality-of-life improvements from the Japanese service.

Players can choose from four races and nine classes while tackling various missions. They can also take a break from questing by playing one of the many Casino mini-games, chilling in the Alliance Quarters, competing in the new ARKS League or attending all-new live stage events.

Lastly, Phantasy Star Online 2 will support cross-play between PC and Xbox One.

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