The first week of #JRPGJuly is in the books. Let’s see how things are starting out for the RPGamer staff with their chosen games.
Tagged: Final Fantasy XIV
The upcoming Shadowbringers expansion is giving Final Fantasy XIV veterans new story content to experience. But a new announcement confirms a live-action TV show is in the works to appeal to new and old fans alike.
At this year’s E3, RPGamer’s Pascal Tekaia was able to chat with a very busy Naoki Yoshida about Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers. While Pascal himself isn’t an active player of the MMORPG, the staff players sitting at home were able to arm him with plenty of questions.
Square Enix held a post-E3 Letter from the Producer livestream for Final Fantasy XIV, detailing some of the new additions and changes in Shadowbringers. Included in the presentation were details on the new Trust System, among many other things.
Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers releases at the start of July, but that didn’t stop Square Enix from providing an early look at the expansion’s launch trailer. After years as the Warriors of Light, players will need to take on the mantle of the Warrior of Darkness.
Square Enix held its latest Letter from the Producer livestream for Final Fantasy XIV. Producer Naoki Yoshida provided plenty of deeper details about the changes coming with its upcoming Shadowbringers expansion.
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Final Fantasy XIV’s Tokyo Fan Fest is underway, and like previous Fan Fest there was a keynote presentation to open it. Naoki Yoshida provided yet more reveals on Shadowbringers, including the setting for the expansion, plus another new job and playable race.
Final Fantasy XIV’s Paris Fan Fest is currently underway and was opening with a keynote focusing on the upcoming Shadowbringers expansion. A release date, a new job, new locations, a new Alliance Raid series, a new playable race, and a Collector’s Edition were all revealed during it.
The first part of Final Fantasy XIV’s 4.5 patch hits next month. Some new screenshtos show some of the additions, including the new Blue Mage job.
The latest update to Final Fantasy XV has arrived. In addition to the release of a crossover quest with Final Fantasy XIV, the standalone version of Comrades is available on PS4 and Xbox One.
This weekend’s Final Fantasy XIV Fan Fest kicked off with some big news as Square Enix announced its third expansion. Shadowbringers is coming in early summer next year, with some other major things also announced.
Square Enix has announced the date of Rathalos’ arrival in Eorzea. There are also some early details about what’s coming in Final Fantasy XIV’s 4.4 patch, which is set for September.
The crossover most are waiting for is almost here and now there is an exact date. Dragoons? Moogles? Cactuars? Very large crystals? It’s all here. And yes, the Behemoth casts Meteor.
Rathalos may be heading to Eorzea but the Final Fantasy XIV and Monster Hunter: World collaboration isn’t a one-way deal. Behemoth will be heading the other way as a free update this summer.
One of the more unexpected reveals in Square Enix’s showcase involved Final Fantasy XIV. The MMORPG is getting a crossover with Monster Hunter: World that will see players face off against Rathalos.
Patch 4.3 is now available for Final Fantasy XIV, giving players another opportunity to return to Ivalice. In addition, director Yasumi Matsuno showed off some concepts from the cancelled sequel to Final Fantasy Tactics.
Final Fantasy XIV isn’t afraid to look back at the series’ past for new content. If the musical cues aren’t enough to figure out which title inspires much of this patch, the visual ones should be
After giving it a few months to settle, a selection of RPGamer staff members link up to offer their thoughts on Final Fantasy XIV’s second expansion. With Stormblood providing both new content and significant class revamps, there are plenty of things to consider.
As you explore these new realms, remember: We must go forward, not backward. Upward, not downward. And always twirling, twirling, twirling towards freedom!