Final Fantasy XIV Welcomes the Love with Valentione’s Day Event as Today’s Update Lets You Fight Kefka

Lisette de Valentione is coming back to Final Fantasy XIV, ready to spread the love and shenanigans for new mounts and furniture.

on January 30, 2018 2:22 PM

Today Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy XIV‘s traditional lovey-dovey seasonal even “Valentione’s Day” is coming back once more this year.

Once more players will have to seek out Lisette de Valentione and see what inane tasks and funny intrigue she has in store, in order to earn some goodies.

We’ll get two twin mounts in the form of a flying couch that can let us hover with our beloved ones as we amiably chat surrounded by pink velvet, a rose wagon, some Valentione’s Day Balloons, and a Valentione’s Day advertisement poster for our houses and apartments.

You can see them in the image below, and decide if they entice your heart.

The events will launch on February 2nd, at 12:00 AM PST, and will end right after Valentine’s Day (the real one that my autocorrect feature doesn’t try to change every time) on February 15th at 6:59 AM PST.

Final Fantasy XIV is currently available for PS4 and PC, and today it just received a massive update numbered 4.2 and titled “Rise of a New Sun.” Among the many changes, players will be able to fight the iconic Phantom Train and everyone’s most beloved Final Fantasy villain, Kefka.

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.

Final Fantasy XIV is currently available for PS4 and PC.

Final Fantasy XIV Welcomes the Love with Valentione's Day Event as Today's Update Lets You Fight Kefka

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