The Far Edge of Fate in new Final Fantasy XIV trailer

The Far Edge of Fate – showcased in new Final Fantasy XIV trailer.

The Far Edge of Fate in new Final Fantasy XIV trailer

LONDON (6TH January 2017)

Square Enix Ltd. is thrilled to reveal the official trailer for the latest update for the critically acclaimed MMORPG, FINAL FANTASY XIV.

FINAL FANTASY XIV continues the deliver epic content to its players with The Far Edge of Fate (Patch 3.5), releasing January 17th and of course bringing with it a ton of exciting, new content for adventurers. The Warrior of Light will finally be able to scale Baelsar’s Wall, the giant structure that separates the Garlean Empire-controlled territories and the three city-states of Eorzea. Players will return to the dungeon, Sohm Al but exactly why is to be revealed. Additionally, players will receive the next chapter in the Shadows of Mhach storyline, as well as a new primal fight, Zuvan, the final Warring Triad and the next set of exploratory missions. 

However, that’s not all, there is much more packed in Patch 3.5! You can check out the trailer below:

FINAL FANTASY XIV Patch 3.5 - The Far Edge of Fate

Patch 3.5 will also see improvements to the Party Finder so that players from other worlds on the same data center can view, recruit and join parties. PvP will also receive updates to both Frontline and Duel modes, plus a new map coming to The Feast.  And after listening to feedback, players will now be able to use the Duty Finder while their Chocobo is at their side!

That is just the latest with what is going on inside FINAL FANTASY XIV, but it doesn’t stop there! February 18th and 19th will see FINAL FANTASY XIV Fan Festival Europe take place in Frankfurt, Germany. Tickets to this prestigious fan event are extremely limited and those who were lucky enough to attend previous Fan Festivals will know just how incredible the experience is. Secure your tickets to this unmissable event here.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>