Final Fantasy XIV’s latest patch has triggered a Monster Hunter World crossover, bringing Rathalos from a latter diversion to a Final Fantasy MMO.
Final Fantasy XIV’s patch 4.36 brings crossover movement from Monster Hunter World, for those who purchased FFXIV’s Stormblood expansion. Square-Enix describes a collision between a dual franchises thus: “Level 70 Final Fantasy XIV Online players who have finished a “Stormblood” categorical unfolding query can immediately commence “The New King of a Block” query to face Rathalos in The Great Hunt trial—an eight-player conflict that incorporates mechanics desirous by Monster Hunter: World. Those seeking a larger plea can try The Great Hunt (Extreme), a four-player chronicle of a hearing that facilities additional hurdles to overcome.”
As ever, there are rewards on offer for those who successfully take on Rathalos: a Rathalos armour set, new Poogie and Palico minions, a ability to occupy Rathalos as a mountain and a new BBQ Spit furnishing. Square Enix adds that: “Patch 4.36 also introduces a subsequent section in The Forbidden Land Eureka series: The Pagos Expedition. Players will now be means to try an all-new area, serve strengthen their Eureka weapons, and obtain additional rewards such as minions.”
A array of Final Fantasy XIV online fan festivals will shortly flog off, with a initial holding place on November 16 to 17 in Las Vegas, and a European leg scheduled for February 2 to 3 2019, during Paris’s La Grande Halle de La Villette. Head to Final Fantasy XIV’s Twitch channel to tide those, or to a Final Fantasy XIV website for some-more information.