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Submitted by Abriael 871d ago | article

Final Fantasy XIV – The Story So Far – Episode 4: A New Beginning

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn won’t just be a relaunch of Final Fantasy XIV, but also a direct sequel set five years after the events that ended the first game. With Final Fantasy XIV now closed, many missed the chance to enjoy its story. Since the two games will be deeply linked, knowing the story behind Final Fantasy XIV will most probably enhance the enjoyment of A Realm Reborn.

Final Fantasy XIV – The Story So Far is a weekly episodic column that will tell the tale of the heroes of Eorzea, from the very beginning to the final, climatic battle against the 7th Imperial Legion. It will also include the cutscenes of the main storyline (and a few relevant extras). (Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, PC, PS3)

Myst  +   864d ago
I need to get back into the swing of monitoring the progress of FFXIV. Still awaiting the PS3 version beta :<

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