Final Fantasy 14 director and producer Naoki Yoshida has revealed details of Endwalker's patch 6.2, along with a release window, and more details about Island Sanctuary.
All plot details for the MMORPG's Patch 6.X series have been decided, and director and producer Naoki Yoshida is already looking ahead to the next expansion.
New players can once again experience the entire base game, Heavensward and all content up to patch 3.56 for absolutely free.
Square Enix's MMORPG gets its much awaited patch 6.08, adding several changes to the available Sobs and officially opening up the new Oceanian data server.
Naoki Yoshida, the director and producer of Final Fantasy 14, shares plans of opening up a new Oceania server, resuming digital sales, and expanding the North American and European data centers.
The level 90 raid requires a party of eight players and awards tokens for per completed circle, which can then be exchanged for gear.
Servers are so congested that Square Enix is temporarily turning away new players. In other words, the MMORPG is suffering from too much success.
Final Fantasy 14's fourth major expansion is out now, promising a dramatic culmination of its long-running story.
To make up for the long queues players are having to deal with, Square Enix is offering seven days of free game time to all owners of the MMORPG with an active subscription.
"Although we were unable to add new Worlds, we have implemented every other measure that was possible," Square Enix says ahead of the expansion's imminent launch.
Originally slated for November 23rd, the expansion is now launching two weeks later. A new launch trailer has also been released.
Producer/director Naoki Yoshida said that in terms of text, cutscenes and so on, "there's a lot more here than in Shadowbringers."
A new chunk of gameplay footage shows one of the MMORPG's new classes, plenty of combat, and more.
Producer Naoki Yoshida says Square Enix will "spare no expense with our investments to ensure that this game continues to be one which our players can enjoy."
A massive new trailer details the changes being made to a number of jobs in the MMORPG.
Producer and director Naoki Yoshida says the game has seen "staggering and unexpected" growth in the last couple of weeks, leading to server issues.
Players can test their system performance with the upcoming expansion while also checking the new locations and race options.
Final Fantasy 14's upcoming expansion Endwalker is apparently generating significantly greater interest than its predecessor.
Naoki Yoshida says that the development team spent "over half a year using what free time they had" to add male Viera and female Hrothgar.
Producer and director Naoki Yoshida feels that the expansion will offer a "much more robust experience than previous installments."