Naoki Yoshida: New information coming for Final Fantasy XIV in February will lead to update 7.0

When it comes Final Fantasy XIV, things have been quite busy at the end of the year. But the team is still looking ahead, and director and producer Naoki Yoshida is now hinting at what’s to come. According to a new broadcast in Japanese, (As noted by Siliconera), new information will arrive at the end of next month that will begin setting up future updates, eventually leading to the release of Patch 7.0. That update doesn’t have an approximate release date, but with the successful launch of Endwalker, FFXIV is definitely looking forward to and bringing along some of the expansion’s memorable characters.

Upcoming content there will be Thancred and Krile, who will be featured in the story updates. He also said that drastic changes are coming Final Fantasy XIV that should lead to patch 7.0 but no other info what that might mean.

The broadcast is available for viewing in Japanese and discusses the Endwalker. Most recent update, patch 6.05 added Savage raid content, New gears, and repair. In addition, the game still has server congestion that the team continue to solve as possible. This, of course, follows a summer of intense growth for Final Fantasy XIV, where the studio has ramped up capacity while addressing global supply chain issues that affect so many tech industries.

With Endwalker’s releases and the success behind them, the Square Enix team is looking forward to and it’s anyone’s guess what that means. Of course, there are always investigators in the community who will be trying to find and decipher potential clues as to what might be coming. But for the most part, we’ll sit back and enjoy the ride knowing there are already big changes coming that will bring the past and the future together, and news of some of that is coming soon. Naoki Yoshida: New information coming for Final Fantasy XIV in February will lead to update 7.0


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