Final Fantasy XIV Producer Naoki Yoshida details their ‘Biggest Patch Yet’

Final Fantasy XIV Producer Naoki Yoshida details Patch 1.21 or their ‘Biggest Patch Yet’ has he describes in their new Letter from the Producer...

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zgoldenlionz2514d ago (Edited 2514d ago )

Finally they get traditional FF jobs. i recently quit FFXIV for a second time playing for a few months after patch 1.18 but lack of content made it a bit boring. I still dont see myself playing it any time soon but more updates like this new one will definitely get me excited for the 2.0 release.

Crystallis2513d ago

i thought the jobs in ffxiv was a must and the fact they weren't announced when ffxiv was revealed boggled my mind. It was a huge hit in ffxi, i know i played it for 2 years. lvl 75 drag, lvl 75 sam, and lvl 65 cor then i quit.

Kamikaze1352513d ago

You realize that the job system in XI is the same as the class system in XIV, right? That launched with XIV, lol. The job system in XIV is sort of an advance form of the classes. For instance, a Conjurer can become a White Mage after it hits level 30 and finishing the required quest. Once you become a White Mage, you get access to new and cool spells along with AF gear.

These jobs are geared more towards party play. You can play solo with them, but their skills are more intent to be used with parties.

ElliePage2513d ago

Unless it's F2P forever when it hits the PS3 I'll skip it.

Kamikaze1352513d ago

Looks like you'll be skipping it then :P