New Final Fantasy XIV Screenshots Show Update 4.4’s New Dungeons, Gear, and More

Square Enix shows more of Final Fantasy XIV update 4.4 "Prelude in Violet," that will be released on PS4 and PC in mid-September.

on August 30, 2018 4:31 AM

Today Square Enix released a new batch of screenshots of the upcoming Final Fantasy XIV update 4.4, titled “Prelude in Violet.”

We get to catch a glimpse of the main storyline, as the mystery thickens around a certain imperial character.

We also take a good look at the two new dungeons, The Burn and Saint Mocianne’s Arboretum (Hard), which will bring new challenges to the adventurers of Eorzea. The screenshots also show a couple of bosses and the gear that we’ll be able to acquire as loot rewarding us for our efforts.

Last, but not least, two screenshots show the Doman Reconstruction feature. The patch will come in mid-September, and we’re likely to hear and see more tomorrow with the latest Letter from the Producer Live broadcast.

You can check them all out below. If you want to learn more about Final Fantasy XIVyou can also enjoy the trailer for the previous major update, read our review of the Stormblood expansion, alongside the latest comments from Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida.

If you’re struggling with the current The Rising event, you can also read our dedicated guide.

Final Fantasy XIV is currently available for PS4 and PC, and you can grab a copy on Amazon.

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