Yesterday, to kick off the second day of the Final Fantasy XIV Fan Fest, Noaki Yoshida held another Letter from the Producer broadcast. This stream talked about the new content that will arrive with Patch 5.55.
Earlier today, Square Enix took to the internet to broadcast the keynote and opening ceremony for Fan Fest 2021. Originally, there were three Fan Fest events that were scheduled to take place around the world, however because of COVID-19, the in-person events were cancelled and the Final Fantasy XIV team decided to make the event
With the release of Resident Evil 7 back in 2017, Capcom once again sought to redefine what a Resident Evil experience could be. The series went from an over-the-shoulder third-person view that continues to be an influence to this day, into a first-person perspective that became the talk of the town when Hideo Kojima’s P.T./Silent
The beginning of the end is here for Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers! Patch 5.5, Death Unto Dawn begins to raise the stakes as we get ready to move into the Endwalker expansion! This patch gave us new MSQ, the conclusion of both the Sorrow of Werlyt and NieR storylines and more! We have five reviewers,
Today, Capcom held another Resident Evil Showcase broadcast which gave us another look at the upcoming Resident Evil Village in addition to other future projects. The next demo for the game, 8 Hours in Village, will be a limited, timed demo, giving players a total of 60 minutes to spend exploring locales from the game.
Today is the day! You could even say it could be “the beginning of the end” as they say in the Endwalker trailer. Final Fantasy XIV Patch 5.5 Death Unto Dawn is here, bringing with it, the literal beginning of the end for the Shadowbringers expansion as it ramps up the story as we approach
Today, in a post on the PlayStation Blog from Square Enix’s Director of Community, Matt Hilton, we got a little more information about what to expect from the upcoming PlayStation 5 beta of Final Fantasy XIV that will begin tomorrow with Patch 5.5 Death Unto Dawn. In the post, there’s a conversation with FFXIV Lead
Today, with the release of the preliminary patch notes for Patch 5.5 Death Unto Dawn, we’ve finally gotten more information for when Final Fantasy XIV players can expect to be able to travel across data centers to play with even more of their friends. While not listed in the official notes themselves, the post for
Earlier today, Square Enix took to the internet to broadcast the 63rd live letter, giving Final Fantasy XIV players a look at the new trailer for Patch 5.5 Death Unto Dawn as well as a closer look at what they can expect when the patch drops on April 13.
It’s certainly no secret that Marvel’s Avengers had a rocky start when it released last September. Since the games launch, the developers have struggled to keep the player base invested in the game. Today, the teams at Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics hope to change that with the release of new story content, next-gen versions,
Today, Square Enix hosted Square Enix Presents for Spring 2021. During the broadcast, they gave fans a look at the brand new entry in the Life is Strange series, as well as updates for Outriders, Marvel’s Avengers, and more. Read on to see all the big announcements!
Today, the new V1.5.0 patch is dropping for Marvel’s Avengers. In addition to the normal batch of fixes, this update also gives us our next playable character. Operation Hawkeye: Future Imperfect will give players the chance to play as Clint Barton as he gets a glimpse of the future and confronts Maestro. The long awaited
This morning, Square Enix launched the special site for the next patch for Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers. The patch, Death Unto Dawn, will be split into two parts and lead directly into the upcoming expansion, Endwalker.
As a child of the 90’s, I had my feet firmly planted in two camps: Power Rangers, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. My love of these heroes could be seen in my Halloween costumes, the food I ate, all the way to my vast toy collection. When it came to video games however, I absolutely
This morning Square Enix announced that starting on Monday, March 15, the Moogle Treasure Trove will be returning in Final Fantasy XIV. As players bide their time before the next major patch, this event will offer up rewards for grinding content that players may not otherwise be actively queueing up for.
Hot on the heels of the end of service approaching for Square Enix’s Kingdom Hearts mobile game, they company has come out to give first looks at not one, but two new games set in the Final Fantasy VII universe that are coming to mobile devices. The first is Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis which
Today during PlayStation’s State of Play, Square Enix announced Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade– an upgrade to last year’s game for the PlayStation 5. The upgrade will feature a new Normal (Classic) difficulty mode, faster loading times, photo mode, and of course, enhanced visuals. If that’s not enough to get you to jump back into
Today, Square Enix announced that their mobile game based on the popular Kingdom Hearts series, Kingdom Hearts Union χ Dark Road, will be ending service later this year on May 30. A message from series Director Tetsuya Nomura says that the story will be “coming to a close” and that “The excitement and intensity of
Today, during the latest Avengers War Table stream, Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics gave us the latest info for the next big content update coming for Marvel’s Avengers. In Future Imperfect, Clint will encounter Maestro, the self-renamed Hulk who has gone crazy after an invasion by the Kree has left the world in ruins. The
Today, Square Enix, along with their Korean publisher Actoz Soft, released a brand new video for Final Fantasy XIV. The short animated video shows a Miqo’te adventurer as they experience leveling in Eorzea. The animation is beautiful, and the content is so incredibly on point with things that players would actually experience in the game