Final Fantasy XIV’s Expansion Stormblood Gets New Screenshots and Art Showing New Actions

Square Enix keeps showcasing new assets for the upcoming Final Fantasy XIV expansion Stormblood.

on May 11, 2017 4:20 PM

Square Enix is continuing to trickle down new images of Final Fantasy XIV‘s new expansion Stormblood.

First of all, we get four screenshots from Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida himself, who is testing the expansion before departing from his media tour in two days (and yes, I’ll be going too, so you can expect good stuff in the semi-near future).

White mage’s new action. I’m sure you won’t be able to tell what the spell actually does from this, but just know that it’s beautiful. (laugh)

Final Fantasy XIV's Expansion Stormblood Gets New Screenshots and Art Showing New Actions

Astrologian’s new action. There are a lot of cards!?

Final Fantasy XIV's Expansion Stormblood Gets New Screenshots and Art Showing New Actions

Scholar’s new action. You tear the page to…

Final Fantasy XIV's Expansion Stormblood Gets New Screenshots and Art Showing New Actions

And, while this isn’t a healer, I noticed some people saying that the dragoon’s screenshot from the other day wasn’t an action shot (it was supposed to be scenic shot originally…), so here’s a bloody bonus shot for dragoon!

Final Fantasy XIV's Expansion Stormblood Gets New Screenshots and Art Showing New Actions

On top of the screenshots, we get some lovely artwork in convenient wallpaper form, featuring villain Zenos yae Galvus and an updated “ring of jobs” with the addition of the new Samurai and Red Mage jobs coming with Stormblood.

You can find those in the gallery below, and see more recent screenshots here and here.

If you want to see more, you can download the benchmark to test out your PC, and read our recap of the latest Letter from the Producer Live. If you’re on PS4, you’ll also be pleased to know that PS4 Pro support is coming.

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood will release on June 20th exclusively for PC and PS4, with the PS3 version of the game getting discontinued.

 /  Executive News Editor
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