Talking about Final Fantasy XIV is talking about one of the most popular video games of recent years. The MMORPG of Square Enix managed to take flight after a convulsive launch, to the point of being at the top of the list of titles played. Faced with such success, many users talk and compare their achievements with those of Blizzard Entertainment and the incombustible World of Warcraft, although its director, Naoki Yoshida, has been forceful in putting an end to the debate.
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In a live conversation on YouTube (translated by the user blluist), Yoshida not only wanted to make clear his admiration for the Blizzard title; He has also ensured that Final Fantasy XIV “would not exist” without the influence of the Blizzard classic. “Our goal was to create a version of Final Fantasy within World of Warcraft, so talking about which game is better or worse is out of place, since it was the game that we aspired to create ”, he affirms.
Final Fantasy XIV: Roadmap to Endwalker
Endwalker is the next big expansion for the title. And although we will still have to wait until next November to enjoy it, Square Enix is clear that a title with these characteristics needs to continue in constant evolution. For this reason, the game will receive new content in the remainder of its launch, starting with the Make it Rain campaign, now available with patch 5.58.
The next novelties will be the Moonfire Faire summer event (August 13) and The Rising: The Rising (August 27), which will serve to celebrate the eighth anniversary of the release of Final Fantasy XIV: A Real Reborn. There is more content that will continue to expand the experience in the coming months; you can check the Roadmap complete in the following link.
Final Fantasy XIV lies available on PC. The next ambitious expansion, Endwalker, is coming the next November 23 to PC, PS5 and PS4.