Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood Gets Epic Launch Trailer Sparking the Flames of Liberation

Square Enix brings us to Ala Mhigo and Doma with the launch trailer of Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood

on June 7, 2017 11:18 AM

Hundreds of thousands of Final Fantasy XIV players are ready to storm beyond Baelsar’s Wall to liberate Ala Mhigo and Doma, with the upcoming release of the new expansion titled Stormblood.

In order to celebrate, Square Enix released today the launch trailer for the expansion.

Stormblood will bring a lot of new leg room to the game, including an increase to the level cap to 70, two new jobs (red mage and Samurai), the beautiful far eastern city of Kugane, the ability to explore the underwater realm and much more.

Even more importantly, it will expand the story, bringing plot threads (some of which have been developed since the launch of 1.0 seven years ago) to their rightful conclusion.

The launch trailer is suitably epic, and you can enjoy it below, both in English and in Japanese, depending on which language you enjoy the game with.

If you want to see more, you can watch brand new footage showing the new city of Kugane, the Ruby Sea (including underwater diving and exploration) and The Peaks, more featuring the the Shisui of the Violet Tides dungeonlisten to the beautiful theme song for the expansion, “Revolutions, and download the benchmark to test out your PC. Last, but certainly not least, you can read our hands-on preview of the expansion, and our interview with Director and Producer Naoki Yoshida.

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


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