This week we want to give a special shout out to our friends over at MuseCast! They’ll be celebrating their one year anniversary tomorrow, April 30th at 6 PM EST / 3 PM PST over on the MuseCast Twitch channel. Make sure to check them out! With that said, it’s time to check out the latest releases from some Final Fantasy XIV Content Creators!
Today during the 35th Live Letter, Square Enix announced the Final Fantasy XIV Orchestra Convert 2017. Taking place on September 23rd, and 24th later this year. The Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra will be conducted by Hirofumi Kurita at Tokyo International Forum Hall A.
The benchmark for Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood is now available, giving players a glimpse of what to expect when the expansion arrives in June. You can download the benchmark here.
This morning, Naoki Yoshida went live with the 35th Letter From the Producer Live! The Q and A has been posted on the official forums. We’ve included it below along with images from the stream. Here’s everything we saw!
A Bit of Panache When you get down to basics, the rhythm game genre is a very simple one. Most of the time, you’re doing nothing more than pressing buttons along to the commands a game gives you. Really, it sounds quite boring when you strip it down like this; rhythm games aren’t much more than a more intricate version of Simon Says.
Support for the PlayStation®3 version of FINAL FANTASY XIV is scheduled to end on Friday, June 16, 2017 with the start of Stormblood early access. To show our appreciation, we’ll be holding a final Free Login Campaign on PlayStation®3 that will allow players to play for free when logging in with the PlayStation®3 from Monday, May 1, 2017 until the end of service.
FINAL FANTASY XIV and Amazon.com® are partnering to offer a unique opportunity for North American FINAL FANTASY XIV players! Qualifying orders of $19.99 or more on video games (purchase or pre-order) on Amazon.com will earn you an Amazon.com promotional code that, when redeemed, will grant you three Eastern-themed in-game items!
It’s time to check out the latest releases from some Final Fantasy XIV Content Creators!
Earlier this month, Noclip teased their upcoming documentary. Screenshots showing a blue sky as a red object started to become closer and closer… Dalamud. We reached out to Danny O’Dwyer, the founder of Noclip to ask him about his upcoming documentary centered around Final Fantasy XIV.
After a long weekend for those of us at Gamer Escape, it’s time to get back to somewhat normal operations. We want to extend a sincere thank you to the content creators in the community that helped spread word of our security breach this past weekend and we greatly appreciate everyone’s support. Now, on to the content!