The next step after Plains of Eidolon, to me, personally would have been Dragon's Dogma Online's receptive fields.

I can envision that probably out there we will still see someone wearing those older collaboration items even if they aren't awakened to the very same standards as new makeup in a similar way and that there would have been outrage if it had been made obsolete or meseta pso2 unusable. Collabs that have had their makeup removed nevertheless have their resources exist on the game so those will likely still be available for jp players. Only improvements we will probably see is the new engine improving shadows, shadows, colors, particle effects and projecting them against the outfits. You may have a look how exactly implementing better shadows and colours can improve old equipment by assessing ReShade screenshots. Collabs that have had their cosmetics removed still have their assets exist on the game so people will likely still be accessible for jp players. Only improvements we will probably see is the brand new engine enhancing shadows, reflections, colors, particle effects and casting them against the outfits. You can have a look how exactly implementing better shadows and colours can enhance old equipment by assessing ReShade screenshots. The next step after Plains of Eidolon, to me, personally would have been Dragon's Dogma Online's receptive fields. What I thought they were doing was releasing a totally new game at a really perplexing and poorly-communicated way. I expect NGS eventually becomes similar to PSO2 in terms of size and scope. Just hoping for a open world using dungeons and raids... Therefore not all classes at launch is kind of stressing me just like what if there's absolutely not any summoner are phantomSo the not all classes at launch is kind of stressing me like what if there's absolutely no summoner are phantom Since ticket things and registered information are given separately, can you technically hoard tickets before New Genesis discharge and then sell them in the personal shop in the new game? The thing itself will most likely be categorized as a PSO2 thing which can't exist in NGS inventories, and that means you can not bring it over into NGS to market in NGS personal shops. As far as selling it because of the NGS graphics update, not sure how that's likely to be any different from cheap Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta today? The registered data will be the exact same pre- and post-NGS images update. I mean obviously not. All the transport rules for things such as Meseta are to create it so that you absolutely cannot violate the NGS market using PSO2 goods.