Tails arrives in Phantasy Star Online 2 today

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Another day another crossover as Tails from Sonic the Hedgehog arrives as cosmetic paid DLC in Phantasy Star Online 2.

The DLC – called a Collaboration Pack – is live today, 8th December after maintenance in the game ends.

“If you’re a fan of Tails in the Sonic franchise, then this collaboration pack is for you, Arks! With multiple cosmetic pieces and other quality of life items, this pack also includes the Sonic/Tails 2 Emote, a Premium Set 30 Days Ticket, and a Mission Pass Gold Ticket! Quite the deal, and it can be yours starting on December 8th in the store of your preferred PSO2 platform! Check out the additional information below!” reads the description for the DLC.

While that sounds great and the Tails-based content looks rather nice, it comes at a very high price at $34.99 (~R527).

For those who find the price rather high here’s a further breakdown of everything in the Collaboration Pack.


Item Type

Tails Suit M (x1)

Outfit (All Male Races)

Tails Suit F (x1)

Outfit (All Female Races)

Tails Hair 1 (x2)


Tails Hair 2 (x2)


Sonic/Tails 2 (x1)


Tails Wrench (x1)

Weapon Camo

Sonic Ring (x1)

Weapon Camo

Tails Mask B (x2)


Ragol Memory (x5)


Skill Tree Addition Pass (x5)


Premium Set 30 Days (x1)


Mission Pass Gold Ticket (x1)


Salon Free Pass (x1)


Augment Transfer Pass (x30)


EXP Earned +150% (x15)

Boost Item

Triboost +125% (x10)

Boost Item

Lambda Grinder (x100)

Item Enhancement

While we’re not versed in Phantasy Star Online 2 we’re always happy to see Sonic’s second player get some love. Sonic himself was also featured in another recent crossover, albeit for the popular Fall Guys. Sonic himself got a Collaboration Pack earlier this year.

Crossovers seem to be extremely popular in games nowadays especially for big living games like this. We’ve recently seen Marvel in Fortnite, and Fall Guys is also welcoming Doomguy in the near future.

Clinton Matos

Clinton Matos

Clinton has been a programmer, engineering student, project manager, asset controller and even a farrier. Now he handles the maker side of htxt.africa.