Phantasy Star Online 2 Open Beta (such as Xbox One) Preview

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You might not keep in mind that if you live in North America, since it didn't come out here at the moment. It's been a solid two console generations today, but lovers of PSO2 Meseta the first Phantasy Star Online will soon enjoy the sequel. The game is currently in open beta, so we will not give it a review score until it completely releases. However, even in beta form, PSO2 is an action-filled, hack-and-slash-and-shoot adventure with a comprehensive equipment system along with an unobtrusive premium money element.

PSO2's concept is simple. The massive space fleet Oracle is investigating the stars to find habitable and resource-filled planets. You are a part of ARKS, Oracle's frontline job force to scout these planets and make certain they're secure. That is pretty much the full excuse the game provides before letting you set up a character. You will take your personality through various dangerous surroundings, fighting monsters and collecting loot along the way. The character development system supplies a generous amount of customization choices. You may select from four different races, each with female and male forms: Individuals, Newmans (distance elves), Deumans (space dark elves), and CASTs (robot people). After establishing those traits, you can customize your face and body by means of an assortment of characteristics. You could even add different accessories and tweak add-on details such as facial hair, scars, jewelry, and clothes. Most of these tweaks are completely cosmetic, however, the race you choose can impact certain stats in the game to a minor extent.

You also pick from seven starting courses. Two additional classes, Gunner and Techer, are unlocked afterwards as you perform.

I played a Ranger in the open beta, a course equipped with an assault rifle, a launcher, and also a melee-focused gunblade. The assault rifle is a beneficial burst-fire weapon type that sprays bursts of bullets at enemies, or can fire specialization aimed and homing shots for much more exact power. The gunblade is a sword with a gun built into it, designed for close-quarters fighting. Each weapon has its own collection of skills and abilities, triggered with the Y, X, and appropriate bumper buttons, together with a secondary pair of 3 skills made by holding down the left trigger for a total of six at a time. I could switch between weapons by tapping up and down on the direction pad also, which was helpful for quickly adjusting to situations.

Equipment can get complex, with every weapon and item having its own collections of stats which improve your personality, along with characteristics that provide added bonuses. You can prepare yourself for combat easily enough just by equipping the items which have the highest amounts, but actually digging into the stats which help your character and keeping a look out for certain perks is worthwhile.If you find a piece of equipment you like, you can enhance it using consumable items as well as additional equipment you do not have to"feed" the weapon or cheap Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta armor, leveling it up and enhancing its own stats. You can even carry over perks from various items via a similar method, helping you to tweak your loadout even further.