New foe and twin new Jobs announced for Final Fantasy XIV’s Heavensward expansion
During a Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival keynote in Japan, Square Enix suggested a new foe and twin new Jobs that will be total with a nearing Heavensward expansion.
The new race, famous as Au Ra, are a foe of dragon people who emanate from Othard. They underline horns on their heads, dragon tails, and lamp on their bodies.
A new recuperating Job was also announced, a Astrologian. This Job uses a unaccompanied arms famous as a Star Globe and has opening to a constellation-based finding carpet of cards. A second Job was also announced, this time a DPS Job called Machinist, who uses a immeasurable firearm and turrets to do damage.
Finally, Square Enix suggested that Heavensward’s finish diversion raid will take place in an forlorn involuntary outpost that has been taken over by a Primal Alexander, after being summoned by a Goblins. There will be both a normal and tough mode of a raid permitted during launch, with normal being set during a same problem as a tide Coil of Bahamut raid with a appetite of a Echo active.
As good as a Keynote, Square Enix also reason a Letter from a Producer Live, in that a hint of patch 2.5 were outlined. Patch 2.5 will consolidate new story quests, some-more Hildibrand quests, 3 new dungeons (Keeper of a Lake, The Wanderer’s Palace Hard, and Amdapor Keep Hard), The World of Darkness 24-person raid, a Primal argue with Odin, a tough mode of a Gilgamesh fight, new manners for Frontlines, and more.
Patch 2.5 will be followed by patch 2.51, that includes a Gold Saucer and a successive territory in a Relic arms questline. After 2.51 comes 2.5 prejudiced two, that includes some-more story quests and something called a “Battle of Ishgard.”
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn‘s Heavensward increase will be permitted in open 2015.