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Here’s The First Look At The Final Fantasy XIV And Final Fantasy XVI Crossover

Yet another Clive Service Game.

Square Enix and producer Naoki Yoshida (or Yoshi-P) have somewhat lifted the lid on the previously-teased Final Fantasy XIV collaboration with this year’s PS5 banger, Final Fantasy XVI. The reveal comes as part of a showcase of new information on Final Fantasy XIV’s Dawntrail expansion, which is set to launch in Winter next year.

The video, which you can watch below, shows a party (including a distinctly Clive Rosfield-looking fella) squaring off against the Eikon, and icon, Ifrit – along with an incredible Torgal mount and pet:

Elsewhere in the keynote at the Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival 2023 in London, the team showed off new looks at the Dawntrail expansion including the first new job reveal in the very “Zidane ala Final Fantasy IX”-esque Viper, along with the new city of Tuliyollal, the new tropical region of Kozama’uka, new raid and more.

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Here’s what was previously announced to be coming in Final Fantasy XIV: Dawntrail:

  • Journey to the New World, Tural, and its capital, Tuliyollal
  • Explore new areas, including the mountainous Urqopacha and the forest of Yak T’el
  • New Allied Tribes, including the diminutive Pelupelu who wear distinctive masks and inhabit Urqopacha
  • Level Cap increase from 90 to 100
  • Multiple New Jobs
  • Core Battle Content including FATEs, Hunts, Treasure Hunts and Sidequests
  • New Dungeons
  • New Threats, including Valigarmanda
  • Duty Support Update
  • New Gear and Recipes
  • Expansive New Lifestyle Content
  • New Variant Dungeons, Alliance Raid, 8-Player Raid and Ultimate Raid
  • PvP Update
  • Ongoing Content Updates, including a Blue Mage Update, Inconceivably Further Hildibrand Adventures, New Plans for Deep Dungeons and a Gold Saucer Update

In addition to these features, Dawntrail will introduce the game’s first graphical update for both character and world visuals, including:

  • Improvements to “screen-wide aesthetic appeal”
  • Higher resolution textures and shadows
  • Improved material qualities