In lots of ways, I'd probably compare it with Phantasy Star Online 2 Meseta something such as Dragon Hunter XX (Generations Ultimate) and Monster Hunter World at which Capcom can have both games at the exact same time though on various platforms. The matches both have their audiences as well as their niches but it's still Monster Hunter at its center for the most part. In cases like this, Phantasy Star Online 2 has branched out into two cellular games (one being basically a side-story between the character you produce and another being a far-future spin-off) and has also branched out into a standalone game (Phantasy Star Nova). Considering the nature of Episode 6 (which just had its final chapter released in the latest Japanese upgrade ), I can imagine that after roughly eight years of Japanese players playing this game that a new coat of paint and a new experience could have been something pleasant to have.
In our casewe are being fast-forwarded throughout the eight decades of articles so we're skipping over a lot of the downtime that the gamers on the side got (waiting weeks to the next chapter of this story, waiting years for the story to advance, and waiting for decades for things like quality-of-life fixes and the likes) because we either have a good deal of it already in a packaged way and we are still anticipating more of that to come.
Considering the popularity the match has in Japan, I cannot imagine that Sega would just yank the game away and pull the plug the moment the New Genesis comes around the corner. From the follow-up videos that were published, our personalities do carry over and you will find things that do take over (most of those being cosmetic).
If you are having doubts on whether you want to play with the game, you can always give it a try (it is free-to-play Cheap PSO2 Meseta and its monetization options aren't mandatory to experience the sport or maybe to make it far) and invent your own experience. From what I can see, in the analogy which I made with this being similar to that which Monster Hunter World failed after Monster Hunter Generations, is that New Genesis appears to be putting up"more" Phantasy Star Online 2 but in a new setting and coat of paint to match more with the times particularly when so much of the gameplay shown up to now still looks familiar and identical.