Final Fantasy XIV's the latest news are nearly related to the new patch 4.2, if you access to official website, and you have might been already known a wealth of news and updates about this patch, and for the upcoming patch, titled Rise of a New Sun, it's said to that the patch 4.2 will add new quests to the main scenario. These quests look to be focused on Doma, with former supporting characters Lord Hien, Gosetsu, and Yugiri taking center stage.
Final Fantasy XIV's new 4.2 patch is accompanied by a massive notes dump, and you can read the preliminary notes now (Square Enix refrains from publishing exact numbers, until right before the patch actually drops, especially for item values, to prevent economy gaming). Since FFXIV the new patch is coming, players thinks that the game will be more filled with fun than previous, and they are in preparation for buying Final Fantasy XIV Gil and FFXIV Power Leveling.
Additional housing will be added one week after the release of Patch 4.2. Changes are being made to provide more players with access to housing and those features. Many things are quality of life focused, like more inventory space, additional housing items, instant teleportation to the houses of friends, a baked-in recording feature, more perform actions, class balancing, the shaking up of various roulette and a lot more.
Final Fantasy XIV Patch 4.2: Rise of a New Sun will be available on January 30, but Square Enix has made the preliminary patch notes available today. Two dungeons are joining with this patch, the all-new hell's lid and the hard version of the fractal continuum. In terms of quality-of-life changes, players will get more inventory space through the Chocobo pack. Aiming to know more the latest news and guides about Final Fantasy XIV Patch 4.2, visit the official website here.
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