Code Geass Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 content coming to Phantasy Star Online 2 PSO2 New Genesis
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PSO2: New Genesis Will Have Code Geass R2 Content in June

New crossover content from Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 will appear in Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis. Sega revealed the science fiction anime collaboration at the April 2024 NGS Headline program. PSO2: New Genesis players can expect content based on the Code Geass characters Lelouch, C.C., Kallen, and Suzaku to arrive in June 2024.

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Once the new scratch ticket is available, players will be able to get avatar parts ranging from accessories to outfits. Sega has also confirmed that it will add a new voice set featuring Lelouch, and his Japanese voice actor Jun Fukuyama will reprise the role.

Phantasy Star Online 2 PSO2 New Genesis - Code Geass R2 crossover announcement
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Sega has been adding a vast amount of crossover content to PSO2: New Genesis on an almost monthly basis. It started 2024 by adding content from The Seven Deadly Sins in January and Nijisanji in February.

While there was a break in March 2024, the company continued the wave with Rurouni Kenshin in April and the Atelier game series in May. Sega still has one unrevealed crossover from an anime show based on a light novel, which is slated to come in July 2024.

Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis is available on PC and PlayStation 4. People in Japan can also play the online game on Nintendo Switch via a cloud version, while an Xbox One release is available elsewhere worldwide. The Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 crossover content will appear in PSO2: New Genesis in June 2024. Sega will reveal more details on May 28, 2024.

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