Most recently, two special sites for Final Fantasy XIV were updated with a detailed patch 5.5 and digital Final Fantasy Festival. Players looking forward to the changes coming in Patch 5.5 will have plenty to get excited about with the main Death To Dawn scenario.
As the release of the Final Fantasy XIV Patch 5.5 patch nears its release on April 13, the Square Enix team has provided more details about the new main scenario quests, a new dungeon, the PlayStation 5 open beta, and an extensive list of additional features included in the game:
- A new challenge is the Cloud Deck.
- The new “Save the Queen” battleground is Zadnor .
- The PlayStation ® 5 Open Beta begins.
- A new unreal challenge.
- Updates to the Ishgard Recovery.
- New Custom Deliveries.
- Basic Scenario Quests.
- New Alliance raid-YoRHa: Dark Apocalypse.
- New dungeon – Paglt’an.
- Chronicles of the New Era-The Sorrow of Verlith.
- New Fasteners.
- New Minions.
Actually, Death To Dawn will be divided into two parts, both of which will lead to Endwalker-the next expansion of Final Fantasy XIV, which was released back in February. If you’re wondering what else is going on with Final Fantasy XIV, you should definitely look forward to this year’s digital Final Fantasy fan festival.
But the two-day festival begins on Friday, May 14, and ends on May 15 and will be broadcast live from the Tokyo Garden Theater. All in-game items have yet to be revealed, but a new mount, the Moon Whale, has been teased in a short video.
Players can also expect to see the famous minions from Final Fantasy IV Rydia, Edge, and Rosa. Final Fantasy fans won’t want to miss the keynote address, the developer panel, or the live producer’s email. With two big story updates and the fall release of Endwalker, 2021 is shaping up to be a big year for Final Fantasy XIV.