Following its great collaboration tradition, PHANTASY STAR ONLINE 2 proudly receives Persona 5 cosmetics.
The instance-based online action RPG PHANTASY STAR ONLINE 2 (PSO2 for short) has an incredibly large selection of cosmetics and customization options. One of its biggest selling points is the AC scratch, which offer players the opportunity to get special costumes, hair styles, accessories, and makeups in exchange for real money.
SEGA’s highly profitable online game has seen great collaborations before, ranging from a multitude of animes and games released primarily in Japan to Square Enix’s FINAL FANTASY XIV and a NieR: Automata promotion on the way. And now it’s time for Persona 5 to grace the ARKS community.
From today, December 21, until the next maintenance on January 25, Persona 5 cosmetics will be available through the AC scratch. Such items include four color combinations of the base wears Makoto’s Shujin Uniform and Male Shujin Uniform, as well as four color combinations of the regular costumes Ann’s Shujin Uniform, Futaba’s Casual Wear, and Joker’s Phantom Attire. Moreover, an Arsene statue and two posters can be acquired for fans to decorate their residences. For cosplayers, the Joker, Ann Takamaki, and Makoto Nijima hairstyles can be worn from the Ester Shop after the tickets’ acquisition.
Additionally, by playing the bonus scratch a certain amount of times players will get one of each Free Salon Pass, Magatsu Bonus Key [Silver], and Lucky Crepe for set milestones. For instance, by drawing the scratch once, the reward is a Free Salon Pass. The second draw will award a Magatsu Bonus Key [Silver] and the next, a Lucky Crepe. Consecutive draws will keep on rewarding the same items in the same order until the sixth draw.
You can thoroughly inspect the available items at the official AC scratch catalog.
PHANTASY STAR ONLINE 2 is available in Japan and parts of Southeast Asia for Windows PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita. It is recommended that foreigners play the Japanese version and refer to Arks Layer for guides on how to install the game and the unofficial translation patches.
Persona 5 will be available worldwide on April 7 for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.
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