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Phantasy Star Online 2 Closed Beta Getting an Extra Day

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The Phantasy Star Online 2 closed beta is getting an extra day according to Sega. The game had some logging in issues, also players got randomly kicked out of the game. Now players will be available to play the beta and its Urgent Quest today.

The closed beta will be available to download until 11pm PT on February 9th and 1am CT/2am ET on February 10th.

The schedule for Urgent Quest is repeated as the way it was programmed for yesterday.

  • 7-7:30 AM PT — Cradle of Darkness
  • 1-1:30 PM PT — Giant Automata: The Awakening
  • 5-5:30 PM PT — Cradle of Darkness
  • 8:30-9 PM PT — The Raging Obsidian Arm
  • 9-9:30 PM PT — Elder of the Unfathomable Abyss

In Phantasy Star Online 2, players will take the role of  the newest recruit of ARKS, a task force dedicated to surveying and monitoring the biospheres of inhospitable planets while scouting for signs of a corrupted force that seeks to shroud the universe in darkness.

“The home base for ARKS is the fleet of Oracle, comprised of countless city-sized ships inhabited by denizens of four species: Humans, Newmans, CAST, and Deumans. These races come together as ARKS Operatives, with each member selecting one of nine classes and training in combat with eighteen different weapons, often enhanced by the manipulation of cosmic energies known as Photons. As a member of ARKS, you will train and undertake missions to prepare for a single goal: protecting the universe from the threat of the organization’s most prominent enemy, the Falspawn.”

Phantasy Star Online 2 is a free to play MMORPG based in the Phantasy Star series, it’s developed and published by Sega. The game originally launched for Windows in 2012. The game’s success was followed by a PS4 release on 2016 and a spin-off game released for iOS and Android. A Switch version released in April 2018. At E3 2019 Sega announced that it would be releasing the game outside Asia exclusively on Xbox One and Microsoft Windows in early 2020.

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