New Screenshots for Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood Show New Classes, Areas, and More

Square-Enix have given us a small glimpse of what’s to come for the soon to be released expansion.

The upcoming expansion ‘Stormblood’ for Final Fantasy XIV is being tested internally at Square Enix’s headquarters in Tokyo currently, and Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida has been giving sneak peaks from the test on the games forums;

“Producer and Director Yoshida here.”

It’s currently midnight during Golden Week, and I took some screenshots while testing, so I’ll just leave them here. Just note…this thread may get closed if I get scolded by Project Manager M!”

“Here’s a screenshot of Kugane during nighttime while doing various final checks on samurai.”

He followed it up with some nice Black Mage action which uses a new “Group Pose” feature.

He only provided those two pictures, but later put up a second post that had more goodies for fans;

More Group posing going on, only this time with a Red Mage.

The next one shows the sunrise over Ruby Sea, this time featuring the mighty Dragoon!

If we get a sun rise, why not also get a sun set? This time in the Azim Steppe showing a Bard hard at work.

If you want to see more of what the expasion will offer, you can get a sneak peak (on PC) if you download the benchmark. If you’re a PS4 player, you’ll be happy to learn they recently announced PS4 Pro support will be included when the expansion launches.

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood will release on June 20th exclusively for PC and PS4, with the PS3 version of the game sadly being discontinued.

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By | 2017-05-08T23:49:20+00:00 May 8th, 2017|feed, News|4 Comments

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  • NinjaClicks

    This looks beautiful!

    • If you’ve not played the game yet it’s SO worth it!

  • Russ Gilfillan

    Man I so want to get back into this game. To bad free time is at the ultimate low right now.

    • Man don’t I feel you on that!