@Star-Platinum said in This game isn't all that fun:
Content is heavily time gated. 2. Everything is on random hours of the day and has no real pattern. You basically have to nolife to get a chance at anything endgame related. It doesn't help that if you somehow miraculously get nothing during the initial 2 week release of an urgent quest, now you literally have to be online all day everyday to get a chance of seeing that quest again. 3. You're not even allowed to farm them like ultimate quests. You can't even trade for them.
Idk why people hyped the crap out of this. Was it the weeb anime waifus?
No it is not? I can spam anything I want as many times as I want. Urgent Quests are like Fates (FFXIV), World Events and World Bosses (GW2), Rifts (Rift), and so on in many other titles. They are a side event, not the main event.
As mentioned already, there's a schedule you can find on the main site. You can also join some of the PSO2 discords and most of them have a bot that announces everything 30 minutes before they start.
Also Urgent Quests are NOT end game. The current end game is to spam Ultimate mode to farm top tier weapons. Triggers are also present to force an Urgen Quest to start for yourself and your party. Urgent Quests are more like brief side ventures to change the pace.
3- Because they are not the focus and are side ventures.
4- This game is a looter before it is anything else, and it has one of the best character creations and cosmetic options. You can't come into every game expecting to be like all those other games you played. So if you don't like a hack and slash combat style with a 3d anime art style in an instance-based looter you really shouldn't be playing and shouldn't be complaining.
The primary reason to play this game is to get items. Cosmetics, cool weapons, etc. You don't do hard content to get tokens for an endless gear treadmill. You get new gear (mostly from drops) so you can then get more gear (from drops) to sell or give to alts so you can make more money (with the addition of dailies and weeklies yielding nice chunks of money), which you then turn around and spend on cosmetics in the auction house.
That's the game. Love it or leave it.