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I will mostly miss the Friend Avatars over anything, but meseta pso2 maybe they will only use a better method in NGS. We are moving from an instanced based game to an open world game. I really don't believe that they'll get an AI system. Pretty sure it will function like Dragon Hunter World.

This is precisely what I was thinking too and makes the most sense. This way the game still has the primary core aspects players expect but is new and fresh at the exact same time. I believe that it's still going to be instanced and not truly open world. Gameplay shown so far has revealed 8 participant instance maxes. This would not break current AI systems, considering the existing AI just follow your route or teleport to you if they have stuck. The world is huge and open, but everything out of cities was instanced. I am thinking it is going to be a similar approach to what Dragon's Dogma Online had. The world is huge and open, but everything outside of towns was instanced. They watered down the scaling to a formulation and changed a lot of courses but now that it has gone I always wish to play with it.

I'd love Dragon's Dogma Online-styled encounters in Phantasy Star if because it gives us a reason to explore the world (or at least rapid travel to it to jump in and out) and to have a challenge with all the directors and enemies.

I'd imagine with the way New Genesis would potentially be balanced that hopefully every class is workable like how Dragon's Dogma Online cleaned up the vocations so they were all complete packages that gamers can expand on and flesh out without having to take part in matters like what Phantasy Star Online 2 now has (specifically Mags determining which courses you will excel at and your skill tree also ascertaining exactly what you gain and lose). I'd personally drop the whole skill tree, and the most important class/subclass system to have something like Dragon's Dogma Online did together with all the custom skills, core skills, and also the augments with the ability to mix-and-match augments, that everyone unlocks core abilities and has them together, and that players set their playstyle with their custom skills. A huge part of that preference for me is so that you can surely spend your time and resources into upgrading and unlocking new abilities and skills and then after you are done you can go back and mix-and-match items to your liking without realizing you would need to fall in cash like you currently do if you wanted to construct something like the best main course tree and a version for an optimum subclass tree, or invest in a different Mag since you're missing about 6-7percent of your total harm (and therefore are overlooking 200 points to equip your weapons/units).

Regardless of the extreme grind the game becomes towards the conclusion (for instance, running the exact same dungeon like about 40-80 times to gain a single level, amassing Blood Orbs and High Orbs to unlock the small stat boosts that include over over time, and more), I have believed that Dragon's Dogma Online is definitely a good instance of an online game that I believe has certainly nailed the"open field" exploration with solid gameplay, optional combined multiplayer, and provides both an obstacle and relatively casual encounter for those who want it with no putting up nasty traps for players to get caught in to mess up their assembles. I never liked that in Phantasy Star you could mess up your ability trees even though you receive the free opportunity to reset them (it doesn't help when I am trying to help new buddies play and they already invested their points without me directing them or notifying them about why they don't need STR Up and they end up running through Level 50+ with no stances and pso2 sales core abilities ).