Phantasy Star Online 2 PSO2 New Genesis getting crossover content from Atelier Marie and Ryza 3
Image courtesy of Sega, Koei Tecmo, and Gust

See How Atelier Characters Will Look Like in PSO2: New Genesis

Sega has revealed the in-game appearances for new crossover content from Koei Tecmo and Gust’s Atelier series in Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis. Players will be able to obtain the content from the “Atelier Style” scratch ticket that will appear in PSO2: New Genesis on May 15, 2024.

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Koei Tecmo had teased the crossover earlier in March 2024, but Sega has since revealed more details on the upcoming content. This collaboration will primarily feature Reisalin “Ryza” Stout, Klaudia Valentz, and Bos Brunnen from Atelier Ryza 3, as well as Marlone (a.k.a. Marie) from the 2023 remake of Atelier Marie.

The “Atelier Style” scratch ticket in PSO2: New Genesis will contain multiple parts ranging from hairstyle and accessories to outfits and weapon camos. Players will be able to complete the sets by purchasing multiple scratch tickets or finding the items in other players’ Personal Shops.

Sega will also add a new set of login bonuses after the maintenance on May 15, 2024. All players will be able to get cut-outs of Ryza, Klaudia, and Bos by logging in daily, even if they do not purchase any scratch tickets.

Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis is available worldwide on PC and PlayStation 4. The online game is also playable on Nintendo Switch in Japan and Xbox One elsewhere globally. The “Atelier Style” scratch ticket will be available for a limited time starting from May 15, 2024.

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