It is a strange new hybrid of game and growth coming next year, and PSO2 Meseta a few of its important features will be the ability to move characters between matches. This has many players wondering how it will work and what will or won't be coming over with them. Sega recently published an FAQ to address these questions about the new sport, and it clarified some matters about transfers. Here is what we learned.

First, while many things will be transferable in the current sport New Genesis, the reverse will often not be true. There'll be new things, emotes, outfits and other items coming to PSO2: NGS that aren't in the current game and won't be transferable. It has also been said that old and new body makeup can't be outfitted together. This is likely because both games are receiving graphical updates, but personality models will differ and"morph" based on what sport a human body decorative is from. Most of your cosmetics collection from CAST parts, drapes, hair and accessories continue to New Genesis though.

Storage won't be a large issue for your extensive collection. The sole exceptions are Alliance and Meseta Storage. Meseta will not be understated, and a new currency will be released instead. Sega has stated there will not be Alliance Quarters, Tree or even Storage but Alliance Chat will cross matches. It seems like Alliances are obtaining a downgrade, but we don't know too much about it yet.

As for other currencies, only Arks Cash and Star Gems will operate between games since they can both purchased with real money. FUN and other currencies (probably things such as badges) will not be transferable, as New Genesis will most likely have new ones in place similar to Meseta. This is a solid design option because it puts everyone in an even level when beginning the game.

Your characters are going to be at a similar position. Levels, skills and some other character progression will not transfer over to New Genesis. Rather, everyone will start over at level 1, rather than all weapons and units will be accessible due to using different skins. We haven't heard anything regarding courses or cheap meseta pso2 if there will be significant gameplay changes, but we will probably hear more as the release date gets nearer. Skill Rings are the only equipment that will not transfer because they won't be in New Genesis at all. Similarly, crafting is getting a much-needed overhaul, so those items will not be available .