Today, Blizzard Entertainment announced that Jeff Kaplan, Director on Overwatch, is leaving the company. Overwatch’s Assistant Game Director, Aaron Keller, will be replacing him. In the announcement post, Keller said, “I’ve been lucky to work alongside Jeff and the rest of the Overwatch team for many years in building something that continues to inspire people
To celebrate the official release of Seekers of Adoulin, we will be hosting the "Rune Fencers & Geomancers" Twitter event. Capture an image of you playing as either a rune fencer or geomancer and post it to Twitter. We'll be selecting 111 of the best screenshots and giving the winners a special present.<br><br>Entry Period:<br>Sunday, April 7, 2013 to Sunday, April 14, 2013.<br><br>Details on how to participate will be provided at the start of the event.
It’s been announced via the official FFXIV twitter account that phase 2 of beta testing will begin at 19:00 (PDT) tonight! With this also comes the announcement that phase 2 will see the game’s servers running full time! Also worth noting along with this news, several German websites have been holding contests to give away
The past week has revealed a few nuggets of information, most of which has already been fully digested on the forums, but it’s worthwhile to recap what we’ve learned the past week or so since E3. We’ve seen a few french interviews stemming from the Japan Expo in France, plus one Famitsu article, and some
Six days from now Square Enix, and a ton of others, will be descending on Los Angeles for the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). We previously reported that Square Enix would not be holding a press conference, but we can at least now confirm that FFXIV, along with a few other titles, will be featured. New
Back in December we reported on Square Enix using Twitter and Facebook to spread the word about the upcoming release of FFXIII, and hoped that similar measures would be taken with FFXIV. Well, we are not fully there yet, but it looks like Square Enix is embracing social media more and more as we go
So given our prior (and current) experience with Square Enix, we all know that getting information out of them can be difficult at times. But SE has been making strides lately (or so it seems), and there seems to be a concerted effort to increase the developer’s visibility in the social networks. The latest was