Final Fantasy XIV patch 5.5- Death Unto Dawn

Final Fantasy XIV's next expansion is Endwalker, which will conclude the story that's been running through the massively multiplayer game since A Realm Reborn launched in 2013. Before that will come update 5.5, which will bridge the gap between Endwalker and the previous expansion, Shadowbringers, and there's a new trailer for it below. If you’re eager to sneak a peek at Final Fantasy XIV‘s next major patch, Square Enix is eager to whet your appetite. The teaser site for patch 5.5 has gone live with a new bit of key art hinting at the plot for Death Unto Dawn, and the launch of Endwalker later this year. The teaser site features the likes of Merlwyb, Kan-E-Senna, Nanamo, Raubahn, and other characters who I am scared to Google because I’ve only just finished Heavensward. Their faces are all circling a globe in flames, hinting that the big players in Eorzea are going to be making some major decisions about the fate of the world. In Patch 5.5, FFXIV Gil is very important for players.

Final Fantasy 14 is an MMORPG that was originally released in 2010. This version of the game, collectively referred to as “1.0,” was a far cry from the game players know and love today. Filled with bugs, confusing gameplay, needless progression roadblocks and poor optimization, it was soon shelved in order for the game to undergo a massive rework. This led to 2013’s release of Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn on both PC and PlayStation 3. Final Fantasy 14 is currently available on Windows 10, Steam and PlayStation 4. A PS5 version of the game is also on the way, with an open beta scheduled for release on April 13. The PS5 version of Final Fantasy 14 boasts a high-resolution interface (something that has actually been lacking, even on the current PC and PS4 versions), much faster load times between areas, as well as support for 4K resolution and general improvements to performance.

As a massively multiplayer online game, the world of Final Fantasy 14 is shared among thousands of players simultaneously. Players can choose to undertake quests solo, or team up with other players and/or friends to tackle instances like dungeons, raid bosses and much more. Every update and expansion has improved the game every time, which is why a lot of fans are excited for Final Fantasy XIV patch 5.5 and the possible improvements that could come from it. The main scenario will be split between the two parts, alongside a new Level 80 dungeon, Paglth’an. The YoRHa Dark Apocalypse raids continue, as does The Chronicles of Werlyt, this time offering a trial against the Diamond Weapon. The required mission benchmark for Resistance weapon upgrades will be moved to the Save the Queen questline in 5.45, and requirements below that will be eased. Explorer mode, Triple Triad, and Ishgaridan Restoration will all be updated, and The Navel will be retied as the main Unreal trail in favour of a new, as-yet-unnamed one. A hotfix is coming to help make obtaining certain rewards in Castrum Lacus Litore easier, to address players finding it difficult to find adequate assistance as of now.