Final Fantasy XIV Gets New Screenshots of Update 4.3 Showing Genbu, Kurenai’s Return, and More

Ruby Princess Kurenai is back in Final Fantasy XIV as the new custom deliveries client (and part-time dress-up doll) in update 4.3.

on May 10, 2018 12:08 PM

Today Square Enix released a new batch of screenshots of the upcoming Final Fantasy XIV update numbered 4.3 and titled “Under the Moonlight.”

The screenshots showcase the encounter with another of the four lords, Genbu, which follows the one that featured Byakko in previous updates.

We also get to see the new Custom Deliveries client, and it’s none other than the Ruby Princess Kurenai. If you help her out enough, you can even dress her up. You perv.

Another screenshot shows the Doman Reconstruction feature, in which players will help out an organization named  Shazenkai in revitalizing the recently-freed nation. last, but not least, a new duty finder update will let you join Lord of Verminion matches and chocobo races.

You can check out all the screenshots below. If you want to learn more about the update, which will be released in late May, you can read our recap of the latest Letter from the Producer Live.

If you want to read more about Final Fantasy XIV, you can also enjoy our recent interview with Main Scenario Lead Writer Natsuko Ishikawa and Localization Lead John Crow and our review of the Stormblood expansion.

The game is currently available for PS4 and PC, and you can grab a copy on Amazon.


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