And Echtra didn't want to Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta give it a smaller cooldown, since they were concerned the skill would be abused for traveling at high speed across maps and trivializing content. The solution? If the speed burst was minimal, just so long as it had been usable more frequently the players did not care. In future evaluations, the Dusk Mage's escape is going to have a 6 second cooldown and the speed is only going to be a short 20% boost (or thereabouts). The escape skill, and no misuse will actually be used for what it's meant to be used.
Overall the conversation was really enlightening to see how quickly and how agile the Echtra staff is when it comes to designing PSO2 Meseta. Now if they would only give us more aerodynamic evaluations and maybe some keys to provide to you all... let's make it happen, Echtra!
Quick, I was impressed by lively, bright, and action-packed, PSO2 Meseta. I almost resented the comparatively compressed size of this demonstration slice, and found myself hungry to perform when time expired, randomly walking around and thwacking monsters for several minutes after beating the boss just for the tactile joy of the brawling.
PSO2 Meseta feels like a cheap PSO2 Meseta match, and that is exactly what I desired. It's an evolutionary spin on Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta's Diablo-inspired formula, a game defined by the little things: subtle monster animations, smart lighting effects, excellent art direction, which elusive hook of struggle, loot, update, repeat. However, while of the best is revisited by Frontiers of the tried-and-true action RPG staples, it's also trying some new things.