Published on October 27th, 2015 | by admin

FINAL FANTASY XIV: Heavensward Patch 3.1 Trailer

SYDNEY, 27TH October 2015 –   Square Enix Ltd., today released its official trailer for FINAL FANTASY® XIV: Heavensward™ Patch 3.1: As Goes Light, So Goes Darkness, in anticipation of its launch on 10th November.

Patch 3.1 includes new additions to the highly acclaimed main scenario that continues directly following the conclusion of the story found in Heavensward. Additionally, adventurers will battle on a haunted vessel in the brand new 24-player alliance raid “Void Ark,” travel to far-off islands via airship in new Exploratory Missions to unearth rare gear and items

The upcoming patch will also introduce an all-new real-time strategy (“RTS”) attraction, “Lord of Verminion,” at the Manderville Gold Saucer. There, players will be able to use their minions in order to battle against other players in a 1v1 setting. The patch also includes two new high-level dungeons, Saint Mocianne’s Arboretum and Pharos Sirius (Hard), beast tribe quests featuring the Vanu Vanu, new sidestory quests and more.

Square Enix recently launched its first ever FINAL FANTASY XIV European Data Centre, ensuring that European-based players have an even more enjoyable experience. To celebrate the launch, Producer/ Director, Naoki Yoshida, recorded a short video message which can be viewed below.

With the new European Data Centre, and a whole host of new and exciting content to come with the release of Patch 3.1 As Goes Light, So Goes Darkness – there is no better time for new players to begin their adventure in Eorzea!

Recently surpassing 5 million registered accounts globally, FINAL FANTASY XIV: HEAVENSWARD is available now on the PlayStation®3 system, PlayStation®4 system and on Windows PC. For newcomers, an all-in-one bundle including both the award-winning FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn and FINAL FANTASY XIV: Heavensward is also available now. A free 30-day trial is included for new accounts, with monthly subscriptions starting at $19.95. Those who have not yet had the chance to try FINAL FANTASY XIV Online can do so by downloading the 14 day free trial for PC here; or, for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 directly from the PlayStation Network.

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