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Combat is very like PSO2's current combat system, down to the firearms, Photon Arts and Photon Blasts. It's only faster, more portable and smoother. There are no longer Perfect Attacks; instead, it is more like modern action games with combos and counterattacks. Dodging and blocking is more fluid for PSO2 Meseta for sale many classes also. Certain classes may observe a difference in play. There is no more attacking in the atmosphere indefinitely, so expect to be on the ground more dodging and countering. Attacks and PAs are set up the same manner they're now with certain buttons performing particular attacks or the 1-2-3 system. As far as PB's go, since Mag's won't be a part of gameplay , they act more like Sophisticated Photon Arts, that have been introduced in Japan's PSO2 with Episode 6. As opposed to summoning a monster, PB's will rather be a massive attack coping serious damage that should be recharged through combat.

Of the three courses they revealed, Force had some of the biggest changes. They now have a block similar to Hunters on top of their dodge, which is a much-needed addition since they may be fragile and slowed down by Technique charging. Techniques also have gotten better in that they no longer need to get charged to use. They now have an uncharged attack that, although not as strong as the charged variant, still does some good damage.

Another great change is that healing items may be employed on the fly. No more getting stuck in a drink animation trying to heal only to be promptly smacked and shed it all with nothing you can do about it. Healing will occur instantaneously in NG while you do more important things, such as dodging. All in all, the battle is getting a much-needed update whilst still feeling perfectly comfortable.

In Episode 5, following the aid of those on Earth, players find that a mysterious portal that results in another dimension, called"Omega." This world appears driven purely by dream, a world of magic and swords instead of technology and cheap PSO2 Meseta science. The two worlds are in direct contrast with one another, and as the narrative progresses, players will often move between them while observing the strange similarities these worlds discuss.

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