More Final Fantasy XIV Books on the way
After a Final Fantasy XIV Cookbook appeared online earlier this month, Square Enix has more good news for fans that want to add to their book collections. Today, the company announced that Encyclopaedia Eorzea vol. 1 and vol. 2 will be republished as new editions, giving those that missed out on their initial runs another chance to pick up the wonderful lore tomes. In addition, they’ll be releasing the Final Fantasy XIV Poster Collection as well as translating the Final Fantasy XIV Picture Book that was written by FFXIV lead story designer Banri Oda.
Pre-orders will begin soon for these releases on the Square Enix store as well as select retailers.
Encyclopaedia Eorzea ~The World of Final Fantasy XIV~ April 12, 2022
This deluxe, full-color book is the first of two volumes detailing the lore of the FINAL FANTASY XIV world—written and compiled by the game’s development team. Offering an in-depth look at the locales, organizations, and history of Eorzea, Encyclopaedia Eorzea is the perfect companion for FINAL FANTASY series fans. The book also includes a bonus item code for the in-game Namingway minion.
Encyclopaedia Eorzea ~The World of Final Fantasy XIV~ Volume II, April 12, 2022
Encyclopaedia Eorzea II is the second volume of SQUARE ENIX’s best-selling Encyclopaedia Eorzea books and contains hundreds of pages of new lore and information, including the far-reaching lands of an entire new continent to the east. The book also includes a bonus item code for the in-game Matoya’s Hat head gear.
Final Fantasy XIV Poster Collection, May 10, 2022
A collection of 27 premium-quality and full-color removable posters, the FINAL FANTASY XIV Poster Collection features breathtaking character art spanning from A Realm Reborn through Shadowbringers. The posters are printed on heavy, press-varnished card stock to provide a rich visual tribute to the world of Eorzea.
Final Fantasy XIV Picture Book, July 26, 2022 (pre-orders begin October 26)
Written by FINAL FANTASY XIV Online lead story designer Banri Oda and illustrated by FINAL FANTASY XIV Online concept artist Hiroyuki Nagamine, this whimsical tale was crafted for readers of all ages and has now been translated into English for even more readers to enjoy.
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