I hope I can still play with my GeForce GTX 1050 Ti. I have a AMD FX(tw)-6100 Six-Core Processor with 16 GB of ram (Completely maxed out on RAM) 1080p.
Converse with fellow players
Well, discord is more successful. The only downside, is the difficulty to overlay it during the gameplay. I literally have to switch between programs just to use it. With an overlay on the game with discord, it would be much easier. I used to use the MS Store version, before it came out on steam, and I was able to use the xbox chat. but our alliance uses discord all the time. Most alliances do.
I use the steam version now, with a little help from PSO2 Tweaker. Saving me the trouble of reinstalling the game again.
Discord is more flexible. No one's ever heard of "Overtone" which is VIVOX's software.
If a new gamer that enjoys voice chat, but doesn't have discord, they can easily learn about it, if it was built in the game.
The created voice-chat made in the game, is horrible.
At least discord, with the exception of its overlay, works better.
When this game was released in the NA, in the intro screen you had VIVOX as built in game voice chat.
No one uses it.
No one can hear anyone in parties during the game when they do.
They use discord, because it works for alliances and fellow gamers alike.
So here is my suggestion....
During the next update, you get rid of VIVOX and put Discord as the official voice chat app for Phantasy Star Online 2, and make sure it is built in to New Genesis as well.
Because more gamers would play by doing so.
No one has ever heard of VIVOX here.
I'm sure that everyone here in these forums would agree with me.
Please make this possible.
I'm just going to post this in hopes that in future updates, especially in New Genesis to address the issue of in-game voice chat.
Not everyone has Discord, and jumping from discord to the game without a overlay can be a problem.
Especially for new players.
The company that Sega used for built-in the game voice chat, really did a bad job setting it up.
A few times i tried it, I could barely hear anyone on the other end.
So if there's any techs that look at this, please address this issue, hopefully before episode 6 is released.
Most people do use discord but not all have that luxury. While alliances have their respective discord channels, some new players to the game would find it difficult to use the In-game voice-chat. That would be an issue and it's something that Sega needs to address. As far as me, I've learned to just use discord, but when I'm with people that aren't part of my alliance it becomes a problem.
So if a new player just started the game, during the game opening, which intro video would they see? Would everyone see the same screen or would that be chosen by story progession on that account.
I've always wondered about this.
Does story progression determine which video you see when you start the game?
And could we choose what intro video we see when the game starts?