Today at Day 2 of the Final Fantasy Fan Festival in Tokyo, Square Enix made a collection of bulletins about Final Fantasy XIV Online, together with the start-date for the sport’s crossover occasion with Final Fantasy XV.
The crossover occasion, which was introduced beforehand, is known as A Nocturne For Heroes, and it begins April 16. This information was confirmed throughout a behind-the-scenes “Letter From the Producer” occasion that includes producer Naoki Yoshida. The occasion brings various Final Fantasy XV gear and objects to FFXIV, together with the sport’s first-ever four-player mount. You guessed it, the mount is the Regalia, which is the automobile the primary characters drive in FFXV. The different objects embody FFXV-themed gear and a coiffure from the sport.
In different information, Square Enix confirmed that Final Fantasy XIV patch 4.56, which is known as “A Requiem for Heroes Part 2,” will launch very soon–it’s due out Tuesday, March 26. Coming after that’s Patch 4.57, which provides the brand new World Visit system, and it is launching on April 23.
You can see a full schedule of necessary dates within the graphic beneath, which covers all the large proceedings main as much as the discharge of Shadowbringers on July 2 (or June 28 with Early Access):
Yoshida and foremost state of affairs author/world lore creator Banri Oda answered a collection of fan questions through the panel overlaying a spread of subjects. You can re-watch the panel here on Twitch.
Fan Fest Day 1 yesterday introduced a number of large information as properly, together with the following race for Shadowbringers, a brand new raid, extra screenshots, and a contemporary trailer–get all the details here.
Keep checking again with GameSpot for extra from Fan Fest right now and Monday, together with a gallery of among the finest cosplay we have seen. Disclosure: Square Enix paid for GameSpot’s flight to Tokyo and accomodations.