Final Fantasy XIV gets a biggest refurbish given the Stormblood expansion tomorrow, with a launch of patch 4.1, “The Legend Returns.” Not usually are players removing new actor housing, NPC dungeons and a delay of a categorical storyline, they’re also holding a outing to Final Fantasy XII’s Rabenastre, pleasantness of guest creator Yasumi Matsuno.
When we final left a brave warriors of light, they’d only finished behaving some flattering extraordinary feats during a finish of Stormblood’s categorical storyline. My character, a Red Mage Clan Destine, has fundamentally been sitting still given she finished a ransom of Ala Mhigo, with a occasional mangle to association with some Yokai.
But that all changes tomorrow. With a 4.1 patch it’s time to figure out what a adults and leaders of a newly-liberated city state are going to do next. The best thing about Final Fantasy XIV’s ongoing story is that it goes on prolonged after a non-MMO’s credits would have rolled. I’m looking brazen to saying where a tract takes my divine conquerer next.
Even some-more sparkling than that, however, is a “Return to Ivalice” fondness raid event. It’s penned by Yasumi Matsuno, author of games like Final Fantasy Tactics and Final Fantasy XII. Matsuno’s journey takes players to a mythological land of Ivalice, where a aforementioned games are set, where they’ll do conflict with creatures designed by inclusive Japanese engineer Keita Amemiya.
I’m also looking brazen to finally being means to move my Adventure Squadron into battle. Players have spent a past several months promulgation groups of recruited non-player impression adventurers out on timed missions. With patch 4.1, players can now take their group out into name dungeons, fighting by their side while arising commands.
And for those who suffer spending practical banking on things that eventually do not matter, a new housing area opens tomorrow, charity players and giveaway companies a event to desperately try to secure one of a singular series of genuine estate plots.
There’s also new raid encounters, revamped fight mechanics, value hunting, a lapse of fan-favorite examiner Hildibrand Manderville, new minions, hairstyles, emotes and much, most more. Check out the central “The Legend Returns” website for a full accounting of a new stuff.
I theory we will see some of we in Eorzea (and beyond) tomorrow, as my giveaway association personality wanted me down on Twitter to drag me back.