So it really is kinda like an expansion. I'm okay with this
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Personally, however, I have always wished to be in a position to parkour-sprint throughout the areas such as the first opening revealed. What we obtained in Episode 4 (that introduced the Dash Rings to my understanding ) was neat because it let us perform a leap similar and it let us sprint but I personally did not like how it was very"sticky" and linear feeling and how the normal movement in the game is otherwise very slow even with the step-jump sprinting. Games like Warframe are extremely wonderful for me to the mobility but it definitely would break so a number of these games, therefore I feel I'd love sprinting that feels like"sprinting" enjoy in Dragon's Dogma.
It appears that all fashion items regardless of it it's an outerwear, outfit, or throw part will also be usable together with all the registered cosmetics that can be consumed in PSO2:NGS.
It was fairly clear that this was true however to have some confirmation is great nevertheless.
Actually no. The report mentions you can't mix and match PSO2 and NGS style items. If that's what you intended. Otherwise, yeah. You can use everything from PSO2 in NGS and viceversa. You may however use accessories from PSO2 and NGS with any sort of outfit irrespective of origin. This makes me slightly worried, I expect that the decorative items from PSO2 still get some kind of visual overhaul, so it might look weird equipping PSO2 Graphic clothing on a PSO2NGS personality. Additionally, it says that your have 2 player versions, you'll use a PSO2 model for PSO2 outfits along with a NGS model for NGS outfits that I imagine Outfits and Layerwear are designed to a particular body type and would need to be recreated in order to fit the new and enhanced body. So instead they just ported it is and created a body which matches them.
On the bright side, if you put on a NGS outfit and deliver it to PSO2 base match, your fingers will proceed in PSO2 base game too. Looking at this, I believe they're now just doing a copy and paste of fashion compatibility right now, like how you see Ash at NGS looks like, as a stop gap, meanwhile after NGS is released for a while, they might individually fix or update certain Fashion items that might appear dated or look weird that was carried over from PSO2. Let's just hope its this. On the bright side, if you wear a NGS outfit and bring it into PSO2 base match, your palms will proceed in PSO2 base match also. Considering this, I believe they're currently only doing a copy and paste of style compatibility right now, like how you see Ash in NGS resembles, as a stop gap, meanwhile following NGS is released for a while, they might individually fix or update certain Fashion items which might look obsolete or look weird that has been carried over from PSO2. Let us just hope its this.
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