The very popular multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) got a recent summer update which is going to shorten “A Realm Reborn” story together with that it will also take long fly mounts in the game.
Final Fantasy XIV was developed and published by Square Enix and was released worldwide back on 3 in August 2013 for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation, with PlayStation 4 and macOS versions releasing later. The game was directed and produced by Naoki Yoshida, and it has received positive reception for its solid mechanics and progression.
All the players can play the game on several platforms such as PlayStation and Xbox consoles, MS Windows, Android, Switch, WonderSwan, iOS, among many. On the other hand, Final Fantasy is considered to be one of the highest-grossing video games. So far, the game has a total three spin-offs which are as follows: Kingdom Hearts, Mana, and SaGa.
The upcoming Final Fantasy 14 update is going to reduce the first part of its story as well as it will even allow you to fly across its amazing world. Earlier, Square Enix had also announced their plans for trimming down the campaign of A Realm Reborn back in August 2019 in a Q&A with fans.
As initially planned, the changes to the story are going to arrive in the latest update 5.3, however, the developers also confirmed that the changes in the work response to the coronavirus pandemic mean the patch is going to be postponed by up to a month past the target of its original mid-June.
Other than the trimming down some of the parts of the story that may possibly be uncharitably defined as filler, Square Enix is also going to add more XP as well as gear to missions so the players have a smoother development up to Heavensward.
You are also going to be required for completing the initial quests in order to unlock your first mount as well as alliance raiding; therefore, we are sure that you are not going to miss them.
The latest 5.3 updates are also going to let the flying mounts via the world of A Realm Reborn. You are also going to be able to unlock the ability for flying as soon as you finish the key questline, particularly, “The Ultimate Weapon” quest, at which point Chocobo companions is repeatedly going to be granted the ability to fly.
However, still, the Mounts won’t be able to go in water bodies, along with some changes of terrain mean players are no longer going to be able to climb some parts of the environment.
This 5.3 update or summer update is not only going to bring the expansion to the story but also it is going to let flying mounts for players. In order to get this flying mode, all you have to do is to finish the key questline.
So far with the available details, we are expecting that these new changes in the game are going to advance the gaming experience more adventurous for the dedicated players of the Final Fantasy.