By Casey . Sep 3, 2017 . 5:30pm
During Final Fantasy XIV’s tide celebrating a game’s fourth anniversary, a Live Letter from a Producer took place, featuring writer and executive Naoki Yoshida. During a stream, Yoshida suggested new calm that will be headed to a diversion with a arriving Patch 4.1, The Legend Returns, that will launch early this October.
First off, Patch 4.1 will move new categorical unfolding quests to a MMO. Additionally, a patch will move in one new cave in a form of The Drowned City of Skalla. The Royal Menagerie hearing that players quarrel during a finish of a Stormblood categorical story will be removing an Extreme chronicle for adventurers to challenge.
For those players looking for even some-more formidable content, a new tier of raid problem will be combined in Patch 4.1 called a “Ultimate” series. The initial that will be accessible will be a Unending Coil of Bahamut (Ultimate). Completing these raids will prerogative players with a arms with a same object turn as that of a weapons from Deltascape 4.0 (Savage). Also, on completion, players will accept a token that can be used to sell for any arms they would like.
Patch 4.1 will also see a further of a subsequent 24-person raid series. The Return to Ivalice raid will underline a universe of both Final Fantasy Tactics and Final Fantasy XII prominently, and a initial partial of this raid will start players in a city of Rabanastre. We got a initial demeanour during a categorical visual, that features Final Fantasy Tactics’ Hero Ramza Beoulve and Delita Heiral.
Final Fantasy XIV is accessible for PC and PlayStation 4.