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Final Fantasy XIV Patch 4.1 Detailed

Final Fantasy XIV Patch 4.1 Detailed

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by October 11, 2017 No Category

Square Enix releases full details on the Final Fantasy XIV patch


In the new patch for Final Fantasy XIV, players will be taking a journey to learn more about the legend of Ivalice. This marks the first major update to the Stormblood expansion.

Some of the additions include new quests, dungeons, raid series, and housing areas. New side quests will also be available. Players will be able to form adventurer squadrons to explore dungeons in solo play. The adventurer squadron consists of non-playable characters that the player can recruit. This will help solo players experience some dungeons that they haven’t been able to access by themselves.

New main scenario quests come packaged with the patch. This arc contains around 11 quests and requires Disciple of War or Magic level 70. These quests revolve around the liberation of Ala Mhigo. Players must first complete the main scenario quest in Stormblood before starting the new main scenario quest.

The raid series “Return to Ivalice” introduces a new 24-player Alliance Raid Series. Guest Creators include Yasumi Matsuno and Keita Amemiya. Yasumi Matsuno was a game designer on Final Fantasy XII and Final Fantasy Tactics.

Next, a new high-level dungeon will be available for players. A group of players will be traveling to the depths of The Drowned City of Skalla to find new treasures and solve new mysteries.

Square Enix also revealed other features coming to a future update. In Patch 4.11, players can take on the Unending Coil of Bahamut on “Extreme” or “Savage” difficulties. Patch 4.15 introduces Rival Wings to the game. This game mode is a PVP mode that features 24 vs. 24 battles.

Players can view more details on Square Enix’s official site. You can also view the trailer for the patch on their official YouTube account.

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