Final Fantasy XIV Gets New Screenshots of Update 4.3 Showing Story, New Dungeon and Gear

Square Enix released the first screenshots of the story and dungeon of the upcoming Final Fantasy XIV update 4.3, dubbed "Under the Moonlight."

on April 19, 2018 5:51 AM

Today Square Enix released a new batch of screenshots of Final Fantasy XIV’s update 4.3 dubbed “Under the Moonlight.”

We get to see part of the main story quest, that will continue where we left in Doma, with Hien dealing with the Garlean envoy and Yotsuyu’s situation.

We also take a look at the new dungeon, The Swallow’s Compass located in the royal mausoleum of Ganen, sculpted in the great wall of Yanxia, between two of the Dairyu Moon Gates. Ganen is the legendary king who united Doma, and the founder of Geomancy.

Speaking of dungeons we also get a better look at the armor set that we’ll find there as a reward, which is the finished winning entry of the gear design contest.

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

If you want to learn more about Final Fantasy XIV, you can also enjoy our recent interview with Naoki Yoshida and our review of the Stormblood expansion.

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


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