Sega's free-to-play hack-and-slash MMO Phantasy Star Online 2: Cloud is coming to Switch next year, at least in Japan.
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Sega will launch Phantasy Star Online 2 on the PlayStation 4 in Japan - but there's no word on a western release.
Phantasy Star Online 2 launches in the US and Europe in early 2013, Sega has announced.
The free-to-play multiplayer action RPG is in development for the PC and PS Vita, but this latest announcement, issued to PSO-World, mentions the PC version only.
Sega America digital boss Chris Olson said: "Phantasy Star Online was a revolutionary game when it was released, and we want to make sure that its successor in the series is every bit as ambitious.
Sega has detailed its ambitious free-to-play strategy for forthcoming MMO sequel Phantasy Star Online 2.
Phantasy Star Online 2 will be free to play and download, Sega has revealed.
Sony has announced a raft of new PS Vita games for launch in Japan.
Among them are Phantasy Star Online 2 and Persona 4 The Golden.
Phantasy Star Online 2 was previously a PC exclusive. According to Andriasang, series producer Sakai Satoshi said the PC and Vita versions will be played on the same server, and you'll be able to play the same character on both versions.
Combat, customisation from the PSO2 alpha.
Phantasy Star Online 2 has been announced and will be released next year.
SEGA blew the whistle in a video at the Tokyo Game Show 2010 (thanks, VG247).
Actual gameplay details weren't mentioned. SEGA instead used the video as a chance to reminisce.