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Phantasy Star Online 2 is free-to-play on Vita

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Phantasy Star Online 2's Vita version will also be free-to-play when it comes to Japan next spring. The PSO2 team revealed this information during a presentation at Tokyo Game Show, translated by the Phantasy Star Fan Blog. Vita players will be able to play with users of the PC version, but only certain lobbies will be available to both.

Sega hasn't announced whether the Vita version will be free-to-play in the West, as Sega has yet to announce any availability for the Vita version in the West.

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