Final Fantasy XIV patch 6.2 known as Buried Memory, out later this month

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Final Fantasy XIV is likely one of the greatest MMORPGs on the market, and the regular stream of updates and new content material is a giant cause why. Next up is patch 6.2, dubbed Buried Memory.

The Final Fantasy XIV web site has a breakdown of every little thing being added with the patch, beginning with a brand new most important state of affairs quest. The titular Buried Memory sees the Warrior of Light teaming up with Vrtra to seek for his sister, the misplaced nice wyrm Azdaja. Along with that quest comes an assortment of challenges, the character of which needs to be fairly acquainted to all FF 14 gamers. The Abyssos raid is about in an internal circle of Pandemonium, and the Fell Court of Troia dungeon is a floating fort within the sky. Additionally, there’s a brand new Sil’dihn Subterrane variant dungeon and a Containment Bay S1T7 unreal trial.

For the much less combat-inclined, patch 6.2 additionally provides the Island Sanctuary. This “island paradise” is a spot for gamers to develop crops and let minions run free. Square Enix encourages gamers to create and make the island their very own. You can get a take a look at the Island Sanctuary (and all the opposite aforementioned content material) within the Buried Memory trailer beneath.

If that has you hyped, excellent news: it’ll be reside quickly. Update 6.2 arrives on August 23. The most important state of affairs quest listing will develop as soon as once more that Tuesday. Those seeking to revisit older dungeons shall be happy to know that the Duty Support system can also be increasing: the Aery, the Keeper of the Lake, Snowcloak, Sohm Al, and the Vault are becoming a member of the roster with the patch. Square says extra additions to the system “will be progressively implemented in future patches.”

Square additionally makes use of the Buried Memory trailer to encourage newcomers to “join over 25 million adventurers worldwide.” You can browse a listing of the game’s server populations for those who’re unsure where you slot in. Square Enix isn’t having the most effective time financially, however Final Fantasy XIV continues to go sturdy.