Its not for nothing. You are still enjoying the game and almost all of your stuff transfers over, such as paid money AC and Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta SG. The older sport will still be around for a while. So appreciate the $FREE.99 content. I just don't feel just like playing before this comes out. I spent around 200$ because j was actually enjoying the sport and also a lot time getting all 75's so if I wish to play this I'll lose most of it. So yeah. Well seeing as I've made a great deal of money from scratches that I can not use and you can't move meseta, identification say I've been ripped off.

Well what do you expect to discharge a 50 min read on what is gonna move lol? This is an overhaul not a brand new game it's clear they called it an UPDATE! I suppose so but I only watched ps4 and pc about the Japanese trailer. Essentially, if you prefer said items, keep them . If there are additional things that you would like, consider selling to buy different items. Even though you have a thousand Meseta so might as well keep them.

I rather appreciate that PSO2 is becoming a"A Realm Reborn" level update, at the same period that FFXIV is reworking it's ARR to be more user-friendly. So in reality, this is a brand new game that shares characters and their cosmetics. I wonder how weapons/units will stack up between the matches. The indication that you won't be able to equip some until you reach a certain level means that gear you earn in PSO2 will be applicable to NGS, at least in the first phases of the match. Am playing UK without any problems. In the event you'd like in sport purchases with actual money it is a pain but other than that not region locked at all.

Everyone's upset their"progress" will not transfer over, but nobody appears to realize that NGS is an entirely different game mode out of PSO2 as we now know it. They probably are not. This is like being upset your Xenoblade Chronicles advancement does not transfer over to Xenoblade Chronicles 2. It is a totally different game, using an entirely different story, with PSO2 Meseta for sale an entirely different world. They have similar battle systems with comparable leveling mechanics, but they are not similar.