Final Fantasy XIV: ShadowBringers released after the patch plan

  • Less than a month before the official release date, Square Enix recently released a Final Fantasy XIV update and patch schedule: Shadowbringers

    Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers producer and director Naoki Yoshida led a live broadcast of the book, listing more information about the expansion of Shadowbringers on July 2.

    Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers will see two major patches down in July. The first patch is scheduled for July 16, patch 5.01. 5.01 marks the launch of the Eden attack at a high level of difficulty. Patch 5.05 will be released on July 30th and will bring a savage difficulty to Eden Raid. In addition to the 5.05 patch, the Allegan tombstone of the Phantasmagoria currency and the new The Ghiahl treasure hunt dungeon were released. Players know that Phantasmagoria currency is completely different from FFXIV Gil, so there is no conflict when buying.

    Yoshida also announced several key figures for the ShadowBringers extension, such as Thancred and Y'shtola. The two will join the light of the warrior. You should expect to meet new characters, such as Ranjit and Vauthry. During the live broadcast, a series of updates to the Crafting category were also announced, including changes in the quality of life involved in the production interface. The party class will also be welcomed by changes: it is easy to get Tomes from regional folklore, and it is easier to unlock the meeting point.

    Spiggan World and Twintania World were announced for the Chaos data center and the Light data center, respectively. These patches are scattered, giving players the opportunity to complete ShadowBringers' extended storyline and then make another raid, and of course the charm. Increasing the storage capacity of the glamorous dressing table has also been announced from 200 to 400 and the glamour board from 10 to 15. However, this means that you will need more Final Fantasy XIV Gil to play the game in the future to make our glamour value reach the full level.

    Yoshida also announced other updates, including UI improvements and updated general quality of life, which can be seen on the official Square Enix Twitch channel.

    Final Fantasy XIV: ShadowBringers is still available for booking on PS4 and PC. Those who choose to book can expand before June 28. For others, July 2 is the date of waiting.