Full weekend as far as news about the Final Fantasy saga is concerned with news about Final Fatnasy VII Remake Part 2, the next expansion of Final Fantasy XIV or the current version of the Square Enix MMO that already has a release date for its version for PS5.
The Japanese company itself has announced through social networks that Final Fantasy XIV for PS5 leave its beta phase and will be officially launched on May 25 next to patch 5.55 for the game. This enhanced version includes support for 4K resolution, a high-resolution user interface, support for DualSense optical feedback, support for 3D audio, new trophies, and faster loading times.
Speaking of which…
In addition patch 5.55 to be released the same day bring under your arm the second part of the stage Death Unto Dawn, updates to the quest chain Save the Queen, the epilogue missions of YoRHa: Dark Apocalypse and other interesting content for MMO players.
The next expansion will arrive in November
This weekend Square Enix has also released the roadmap for the remainder of 2021 on Final Fantasy XIV the highlight being the launch on November 23, Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker, the fourth expansion for the MMO that can already be reserved and that as we told you yesterday, increase the level limit to 90 and offer new content such as dungeons, a new small-scale PVP mode, updates to Gold Saucer, the new reaper profession , the breed saw in its male variant, the city of Old Sharlayan and new areas to travel such as Labryrinthos and Mare Lamentorum.
Remember that if you want to test the PS5 version of Final Fantasy XIV before its official launch, you can do so since it is currently in open beta.