Phantasy Star Online 2 Global Announces IDOLA Collaboration is Available Now

SEGA today announced their popular free-to-play online action RPG, Phantasy Star Online 2 (Global), launched a new AC Scratch Ticket Collection and in-game rewards with Idola Phantasy Star Saga, a free-to-play mobile role-playing game, on January 12. The collection, which features weapon camos and outfits, will be available until February 9. Completing urgent Quests from January 12 through February 9 can earn IDOLA goodies, such as backgrounds, stickers, and a weapon camo!

Beginning January 13, players can log in and receive TOKYO BONUS KEY: GOLD every day through January 20. If you show up for duty enough, you’ll get a TOKYO BONUS KEY: RAINBOW, an IDOLA POSTER, and more! The TOKYO BONUS KEY: RAINBOW grants access to a limited availability quest that rewards lots of Experience and Meseta. The Rainbow Key is only distributed from events or campaigns and cannot be earned in-game normally. ARKS that rise to the challenge of completing multiple Urgent Quests from January 12 through February 9 can earn IDOLA goodies, such as backgrounds, stickers, and a weapon camo!

Other January Events include the Zero Meseta Cost Enhancement Campaign, Quest Trigger Distribution Campaign: Where the Chocolate Went, and Death, Destroyer of Worlds Completion Campaign; all begin on January 20. Certain enhancements of gear and weapons that usually cost Meseta will cost Zero Meseta through February 2. On January 20th, receive a free WHERE THE CHOCOLATE WENT TRIGGER! Rise to the challenge of completing DEATH, DESTROYER OF WORLDS multiple times and you could earn 13 Units!

The PSO2Comi: Phantasy Star Online 2 Comic web comic is available to read in English now on:

New episodes of the web comic will be available every weekday in English simultaneously alongside their Japanese release. Don’t miss a code at the bottom of the first episode to trade at a Visiphone for an in-game item!

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