Phantasy Star Online 2 has been out in the west on Xbox One for a little while, but the wait for those who want to play it on PC is close to its end.
To be more precise, today Sega announced that the game will release on Windows 10 on May 27.
For the moment, we don’t have precise information on when it may hit other PC storefronts like Steam.
You can find the news in the original tweet below.
Phantasy Star Online 2 is currently available in the west for Xbox One.
That being said, Phil Spencer himself went on record mentioning that the game will likely make it to other platforms, even if no further information was shared on that topic.
We’ll be sure to let you know if anything is announced on that front going forward.
In the meanwhile, Sega launched the sixth expansion on PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC in Japan, where the game is still going strong, enough to get a physical release. You can also watch a recent trailer showing a new class and more content coming to the Japanese version. It’s likely that the same stuff will show up in the western version as well, at some point.