Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood Goes Dancing Mad


Final Fantasy VII Remake has been in development for quite some time and Square Enix has been very tight-lipped about the project, however, some new Final Fantasy VII remake art has been leaked.

Rise of a New Sun will add a new main scenario and other content to "Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood". In Rise of a New Sun, the recovery of Ala Mhigo is suddenly threatened by a great power from the Far East.

The entire celebration is meant to reflect back on such an incredible and long-standing franchise, giving both new and veteran fans an in-depth look at the past as we continue to careen into the future of Final Fantasy.

Along with Kefka and raid, Rise of a New Sun's other new features will include side quests, an updated hard version of the The Fractal Continuum dungeon, a new trial will players will face off against Byakko, one of the Four Lords, and changes to housing and PvP rules. Now, they turn to the Warrior of Light for help. Players will also get the Crystal Tower Training Grounds as a new map, along with a new team system and rules for player-versus-player modes.

Updates to bard's performance actions, additional inventory through the use of a new companion storage feature, new equipment and more. North America will kick off the tour on November 16-17, 2018 in Las Vegas, followed by the European Fan Festival in Paris in early 2019, and ending with the Tokyo Fan Festival in March 2019.

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With less than seven months on the market, Final Fantasy XIV's second major expansion is getting their second major update.

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Square Enix have been cagey about announcing a release date for the remake.

Square Enix's exhibition at the event will focus on the history of the Final Fantasy series.