Phantasy Star Online 2 blasts off in Southeast Asia early 2014
Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines will be receiving English-localized PC version of the game; closed and open beta dates unconfirmed.
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Publisher Asiasoft will release an English version of the free-to-play MMO from Sega in six Southeast Asian countries: Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines. This version of the game will come with localized environmental art and costumes; specifics on this have yet to be detailed.
The closed and open beta schedules for this English version have yet to be disclosed. Sega announced that PSO2's online service in Japan has reached more than 2.5 million registered IDs and 107,000 concurrent users as of August this year.
Sega pushed back the North American version of PSO2 from early 2013 to an unconfirmed period.
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