Sega released a new trailer of its long-running MMORPG Phantasy Star Online 2.
The trailer showcases the content coming with the Arc Connect Memories event that celebrates the 8th anniversary of the Japanese version.
This means that, being related to the Japanese servers, most if not all of it should come to the western ones at some point in the future, even if we don’t know when.
You can check it out below, alongside one that came before showcasing the first part of the same event.
Phantasy Star Online 2 is currently available in the west for Xbox One and PC for Windows 10. More PC platforms have been promised with a recent trailer.
That being said, Xbox division head 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.
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 another 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.