The latest update to Final Fantasy 14, Patch 6.57, brought relief to many high-end raiders, as the update removed the weekly lockout on both entering and obtaining loot from the Pandaemonium: Anabaseios (Savage) raid tier. The update also gave Final Fantasy 14 players more opportunities to get gear, as the weekly cap on Allagan Tomestones of Comedy was doubled.
The update arrived amid a busy February in the game. To start the month, the annual Final Fantasy 14 Valentione's Day event kicked off in the city of Gridania. Until February 21, players who participate in Eorzea's version of Valentine's Day will be rewarded with the Love Heart emote and the Valentione's Heart Chair housing item. On top of that, the ongoing Moogle Treasure Trove event will give players a chance to earn rare items by completing various objectives that change weekly. Activities such as The Hunt, and completing FATEs in certain areas, were among the criteria. The Moogle Treasure Trove concludes on March 11 and will have a follow-up event at a later date.
In the meantime, Final Fantasy 14 players will have more reason to keep playing. According to Square Enix, Patch 6.57 will double the weekly cap on Allagan Tomestones of Comedy from 450 to 900 until the release of the Dawntrail expansion. With certain pieces of armor costing as much as 895 Allagan Tomestones of Comedy, the change will allow players to gear up faster.
In addition, the long-awaited restrictions on Pandaemonium: Anabaseios (Savage) were removed. Final Fantasy 14 players can now queue up for any of the tier's four instances without needing to complete previous ones in the same week, and will always receive the maximum reward amount upon completion. On the PVP side, despite Final Fantasy 14 Patch 6.55 bringing major changes to the Frontline PVP map Fields of Glory (Shatter), Patch 6.57 changed the scoring criteria further to quicken the pace of matches.
Patch 6.57 also laid the groundwork for the upcoming Xbox Series X/S open beta of Final Fantasy 14. While the open beta itself does not start until February 21, Square Enix stated that it will use single sign-on (SSO) authentication once players link their Microsoft and Square Enix accounts together. Plus, the Xbox Series X version was confirmed to support up to 4K resolution, while the Xbox Series S supports up to 1440p. Similar to the PS5 version, Xbox players can use either a controller or a keyboard and mouse combination to play Final Fantasy 14.
While Dawntrail is still months away, Patch 6.57 should give Final Fantasy 14 players more reason to keep logging in. Only time will tell how many players will take advantage of the changes.
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Square Enix will soon give fans more news aboutFinal Fantasy 14: Dawntrail and Final Fantasy 16: The Rising Tide, as the company will appear in two panels at the upcoming PAX East 2024 convention in Boston. Square Enix stated that its Final Fantasy 14panel will be hosted on Saturday, March 23, and the Final Fantasy 16 panel will start on March 22.
In another promotional push for the upcoming Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth, Japanese credit card provider Epos revealed special Cloud Strife and Sephiroth VISA cards exclusive to the country. It's not the first piece of Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth merch to have come out, but these credit cards will be great for hardcore fans who want to collect anything that has the game stamped on it.
Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is a week from release on February 29, and Tetsuya Nomura has one important request for fans regarding spoiler warnings when streaming and posting online. Fans expect Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth to deliver on four years' worth of excitement since the release of the first installment of the Final Fantasy 7Remake trilogy. That does not account for the 26-year legacy Final Fantasy 7 has, along with the series' legacy in general. From the climactic ending of Remake as well as theFinal Fantasy 7 Rebirth demo, it seems that there are many surprises lying in wait once fans return to this game's world.
Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is less than a week away from launch now, and excitement surrounding it is sky-high, especially with reviews for the action RPG having recently gone live across a wide number of outlets, and the consensus being best described as universal acclaim. Currently, the game has a score of 93 on Metacritic (making it the series’ second-highest rated game to date), and that, as it turns out, was explicitly one of the goals that its development team was working towards.
The review embargo for Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth lifted yesterday, which means impressions on Square Enix’s massively anticipated action RPG have gone live from a large number of critics, influencers, and outlets- and the consensus is glowing, to the point where it’s turned out to be one of the best-reviewed Final Fantasy games of all time.
Look, when something anticipated is about to drop or come out? The last thing anyone wants is to get spoiled because they accidentally came across something online or heard someone talking about it. Another thing to consider is that many people get advanced copies of things like video games and thus are allowed to do streaming and various videos highlighting the product they got access to. Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is a week away from release, and the reviews for the title paint it as something incredibly special. But for Tetsuya Nomura, he wants to ensure that those with the title right now don’t spoil too much for those who don’t.
There’s an important thing about reviews that everyone has to know. Specifically, it’s about how even if groups of people come together to “like something with all they’ve got,” that doesn’t mean you’ll like it. You see it with movies, TV shows, and, yes, video games. Sometimes critics will heap on the praise, and then you see it/play it for yourself, and you’re wondering why it got all the hype. For Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, the hype has been building since the moment it was confirmed, and players have been dying to see what reviewers thought of it. Hint: they thought a lot of great things about it.
In just a few days, Final Fantasy 14 will play host to the Final Fantasy 15 collaboration event, which will run from February 28 to March 13. Originally launched in 2019, the collaboration event between Final Fantasy 14 and Final Fantasy 15 last appeared in Eorzea in 2021, a few months before the launch of Endwalker, and gave players a chance to claim some rewards based on Final Fantasy 15.
Your adventure beyond Midgar begins in just over a week when Final Fantasy VII Rebirth launches on PS5 February 29. You may have taken your first steps into that wider world already, thanks to the recent demo, or marveled at that expanse via the State of Play dedicated to the game. And what sights there are. Sprawling, densely detailed open areas and cityscapes, redesigned character models, reimagined threats and new enemies, side-quests and mini-games galore. Final Fantasy VII Rebirth packs a lot in.
As we edge ever closer to the release of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, fans are getting increasingly eager about the title and what it’s likely to offer them. For those who wanted to get a “sneak peek” of everything, all they had to do was download the PS5 demo for the title. This particular demo is special because it not only gives fans a taste of what’s to come, but Square Enix will “expand upon it” via an update. That’s right, this demo will grow, and you can transfer your entire process to the main game should you get it.
Though the launch of Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is just days away, Square Enix confirmed that an update for the free demo of the highly-anticipated title will go live on Wednesday, February 21, around 7:00 AM Eastern. The new update to the Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth demo will give players an exclusive glimpse at the Junon area and will bring some fixes to the demo's Performance Mode.
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