Behold! The official opening cinematic for Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward. But beware — spoilers lie within!
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With Heavensward less than three months away, we finally present you with both an end and a new beginning. In patch 2.55, you will finally learn the conclusion to the A Realm Reborn storyline – or will you…? Get prepared for your new journey into the unknown!
Every few months, something magical happens here at Square Enix. While we’re watching all of you adventurers fighting your way through Eorzea, we think to ourselves “We should give them more. We can give them more. It’s been three months already!” – and then, in a secret and mysterious ceremony, High Priest of the Code Yoshida-san gets the dev team together, places a development PC in a magic circle, together with some Final Fantasy artifacts, energy drinks and fast food, and, using ancient magic, summons forth a mighty content update!
We’ve been busy preparing Patch 2.28, which we’re bringing online today. And the next big patch 2.3 “Defenders of Eorzea” is already on the horizon as well! I know that some of you don’t play Final Fantasy XIV (yet…), so I’ll just use two exemplary points for Patch 2.28
Hello, everyone! It’s been two weeks since the launch of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, and by now a lot of you have found your way into the world of Eorzea. You’ve started on your path to becoming a hero among heroes, and soon you’ll discover that even the citizens of Eorzea have to make a living. The currency they require for this is called Gil. Equipment needs to be bought and occasionally repaired, food and potions are required, and teleporting is so damn comfortable, yet expensive…
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Today’s Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn post is especially interesting for those of you that have never played a subscription MMO before, as well as those of you who wonder if a monthly subscription is really for you.
When you buy a single-player game, the expectation is usually the same. Buy the game for the full price, and some DLC will follow. Final Fantasy XIV is fundamentally different, as it’s an MMO that will run for years.
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