PSO2 JP: New Limited Quest and Story Arriving February 24th

~ February 24th, 2016 ~


EP4 Story Event

New story events arrive on Episode 4's Story Board, continuing from the shocking developments that unfolded on Earth. This time we'll finally get to meet Kohri, Hitsugi's fellow classmate. Scenes will include Hitsugi, Kohri, and Al in an outing on the streets of Tokyo, along with the trio heading to the baths for some much needed relaxation.


New Limited Quest

Our newest LQ follows the same structure as the current Limited Quest, with players gathering quest points to increase the chances of bosses and rare Emergency Trials. Enemies that didn't appear in Chaotic Darkness, such as Gigur Gunnegam and Falz Dourumble, can be encountered in this quest.


PS Festa 2016 Bingo II

Cherish Mag Device
進化デバイス/チェリシュ (Evo. Device / Cherish)

A second PS Festa 2016 Bingo card is on the way, with objectives involving the recently added aspects of Featured Quests, as well as the player's advancement on the Story Board. Clear four lines of objectives to receive the Cherish evolution device for Mags!

All-new client orders will be available from Xie in addition to those currently available.


TOKYO Heroine Selection (AC Scratch)

ファニーパーカー [Ou] \\ F Parka [Ou]フリルスカート[Ba] \\ Frill Skirt [Ba]キュート1[In] \\ Cute 1 [In]
ファニーパーカー [Ou] ✪ F. Parka [Ou]
フリルスカート[Ba] ✪ Frill Skirt [Ba]
キュート1[In] ✪ Cute 1 [In]

Dress your characters up in all of the trendy layered fashions worn by Hitsugi, Kohri, and Al.


ショートジャケット[Ou] (Short Jacket Knit [Ou])フレアスカート[Ba] (Flared Skirt [Ba])
ショートジャケット[Ou] ✪ Short Jacket [Ou]
フレアスカート[Ba] ✪ Flared Skirt [Ba]
フラワー1[In] ✪ Flower 1 [In]
Knit Duffle M
ニットダッフルM[Ou] ✪ Knit Duffel M [Ou]
ハーフパンツM [Ba] ✪ Half Pants M [Ba]
ファンシー1[In] ✪ Fancy 1 [In]
Off shoulder Knit Pic
オフショルダーニット[Ou] ✪ Off Shoulder Knit [Ou]
ショートデニム[Ba] ✪ Short Denim [Ba]
ボーダー1[In] ✪ Border 1 [In]
ぶかぶかTシャツM[Ou] \\ Baggy T-Shirt M [Ou]
ぶかぶかTシャツM[Ou] ✪ Baggy T-Shirt M [Ou]
ぶかぶかTシャツF[Ou] \\ Baggy T-Shirt F [Ou]
ぶかぶかTシャツF[Ou] ✪ Baggy T-Shirt F [Ou]
カジュアルニット帽 \\ Casual Knit Cap
カジュアルニット帽 赤 ✪ Red Casual Knit Cap



17 thoughts to “PSO2 JP: New Limited Quest and Story Arriving February 24th”

    1. As a British person, "Fanny Parka" is a hilarious name (as fanny is a slang term for female genitalia in the UK). I'm aware that it's just a fairly innocent word for butt in the US.

  1. Offtopic but..
    to those that have managed to safely/successfully top up money into the game,
    is it as risky as i've heared stories about?
    I'd like to at least put SOMETHING into the best game online(to me)

    1. I've heared your account could be banned or even IP blocked or something
      Not sure how much I believe it all, (why deny money?) but since people out of Japan are apperently uninvited guests (I hear), I didn't want to sacrifice my account in an attempt to try and support the game & company a bit.

    2. Anyone outside Japanaland technically speaking has no legit business playing the game in the first place, so meh. The risk of an arbitrary ban out of the blue is duly always there.
      SEGA doesn't really give two shits though so the odds are low.

      Don't think I've ever heard of *buying AC* somehow attracting that kind of unwelcome attention on anyone though. Plus I was under the impression most purchase methods available to us filthy gaijins by necessity somewhat obfuscate the paper trail anyway, if now only by going through PayPal or somesuch.

    3. It's not risky. As long as you really only have 2 or 3 IPs that you ever connect from (in this case, count your standard IP/whatever IP your wireless shit runs off of on wifi as 1, proxy as 2 and your mobile ISP as 3) you should be fine. SEGA mostly gets hinky when they detect an account logging in from multiple different IPs over a certain time (that'd be the 816 ban, which means suspended until you prove you are who you say you are).

      Google Wallet through PSO2es obfuscates things well enough, iirc. Of course, Webmoney codes and the like would be even more anonymous since you'd just be punching a WM code in to get your ARKS Cash, but expect to pay a hefty premium.

    4. I only ever login from 1 PC/router so I guess thats great

      & Purchasing through googlewallet PSO2es is like instantly buying an app on a phone + shares with the PC version aswell?
      Webmoney sounds like a good idea too if GW doesn't work for me; used for MS2 a few times nice & easily

      Thank you for the detailed response aswell; very appreciated 🙂

    5. IIRC PSO2es AC bought on iOS phones doesn't share with PSO2 proper or smth though, because lolapple.

    6. I know its late (and i've just finished looking up this 816 problem) but my routers IP tends to change every now and then after turning off/disconnecting for a few hours.

      It asked me once before for e-mail verification (I only use the 1 pc & router)
      Would this count as multiple IP logins? Someone stated after their friends were banned for logging into public wi-fi; would it be the same or not since im in my own home with the same router?

      Thanks to responses

    7. Just purchased via PSO2es, nice, ez and faste.
      (not expensive either, very happy rn, works well)
      Thanks again to everyone above ++

    8. You can try buying JP Webmoney from like I've been doing for 2 years in PSO2 JP, and top it up via Webmoney, then purchase AC at SEGA account page. (Sorry for not supporting Arks Layer Tweaker Client but its much cheaper)

      I don't think there's really a risk in that unless you've multiple IP addresses (2 team mates got banned from logging in on public Wi-Fi)


    9. I've purchased AC a number of times, there is a couple methods you can do it through:
      1. buying it through Web Money if you use Arks Layer for the english client, it will cost you more than other methods, but it also helps pay for the Arks Layer tweaker client. this method takes up to 2 weeks (i had to contact AIDA ingame to speed it up.)
      2. PSO2es, if you have your phone with a copy of the mobile game, you can purchase AC through google wallet (probably the safest way to go). it will still have a conversion tax for changing your currency to the Japanese Yen, but it is still much cheaper and significantly faster (instantly) than buying it through Web Money.

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