Final Fantasy XIV is undergoing a celebratory Fan Festival in Frankfurt, with the event running for today and all of tomorrow. We've begun work on a Pro patch and hope to have details soon.
"We've already now begun work on a PS4 [Pro] patch, and we hope to have more details to reveal about it very soon", he added.
The Samurai is the latest job to be announced for Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood alongside the Red Mage which was announced at the last FanFest. Another new Primal, Susano, was also announced and is dubbed the Lord of the Revel.
Players will master the art of Sen, and its three forces, Setsu (snow), Getsu (moon) and Ka (flower) on the path to Stormblood's new content, with the class opening up before you make a start on the narrative.
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When rumors about Nintendo developing a hybrid console codenamed NX surfaced way back in 2015, murmurs of Square Enix possibly bringing "Final Fantasy XIV" to the upcoming gaming device circulated the web.
The Stormblood expansion has been given a June 20 release date, and can be pre-ordered for £36.99 on PS4, or £29.99 on PC. Together with the job announcement, show attendees could witness new areas, environments, dungeons and enemies that will come when the expansion releases.
According to The Sixth Axis, producer of the Final fantasy series Naoki Yoshida took this opportunity to discuss the possibility of bringing Final Fantasy XIV to "as many platforms as possible".
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