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PSO2 Idola Phantasy Star Saga Crossover Lets You Look like Uly and Stella

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While there wasn’t any official Phantasy Star Online 2 in-game celebration when Idola Phantasy Star Saga launched worldwide, there’s a way to see some elements of the mobile game in the MMO now. Sega announced the latest AC Scratch Ticket collection will include accessories, costumes, emotes, hairstyles, mats, posters, and weapon camos inspired by the spin-off. The PSO2 Idola Phantasy Star Saga items will appear on January 12, 2021.

While there are lots of items inspired by characters from the mobile game, a few people in particular can be recreated in PSO2 if someone gets enough items. Aries Chivalric Order members Stella, Ulysses, Jasper, and Rosalinde all have their full attire available, down to hairstyles and weapon replicas. There’s also a Flamel set, Magus set, and Stella Heresy look.

Here’s a video looking at the PSO2 Idola Phantasy Star Saga collection in-game.

This crossover collection includes bonus items for certain numbers of draws. For example, if you draw five, ten, and fifteen times, you will get the Idola Sticker Boxes A, B, and C, respectively. Drawing 20 times will get you an Idola Music Disc Set. 25 draws gets people Augments Insurance. You get extra Idola Chronicles Tickets for hitting 30, 60, and 120 pulls. You also get an Idola Set at 45 pulls and an EX Triboost +200% at 50 pulls.

Phantasy Star Online 2 is available on the Xbox One and PC worldwide. It is also available on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in Japan. Idola Phantasy Star Saga is available on Android and Apple iOS devices worldwide.

Jenni Lada
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