The resume, bold as brass, states that Final Fantasy XIV is for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. It was already expected that the game would eventually cross over to other systems, so it's not very hard to imagine. Even so, this is probably not the way Square Enix would have liked to announce it.Final Fantasy XIV was first revealed at Sony's 2009 E3 press conference. A spiritual successor to Final Fantasy XI, Cheap FF14 Gil
it will be Square Enix's latest attempt to crack the MMO market. Maybe it'll work this time?Final Fantasy XIV's Heavensward expansion is coming this year, with a host of new classes, dungeons, and changes.On March 7, Square Enix will share more information about what's to come as part of the PAX East festivities. It will be at 9AM PST, and you'll be able to find it on their official Twitch channel. As usual, producer Naoki Yoshida will be providing details first-hand, ffxivmall
and will likely be answering some questions from fans.The latest Final Fantasy XIV livestream has a decided focus on PVP, specifically the new "Frontline" battles coming in a future patch. This new PVP mode will involve three teams of 24 players, up to a max of 72. If not enough players are queuing, the system will launch a smaller battle with teams eight or lower.There will be an item level sync once you're in to even things up, and monsters will be a part of the action.FFXIV Gil
Yoshida notes that this will be casual content that everyone can enjoy. Battles are said to take approximately 30 minutes, and you can also change your job mid-fight at outposts!An Ul'Dah warhorse is also confirmed, as are Soldiery Tome rewards, and standard PVP gear token rewards.Do you like witch hats? Well you're in luck if you play Final Fantasy XIV, as the "All Saints' Wake" event is starting today. From October 20 to November 3, you can start up a short questline to earn some extra costume items.