Final Fantasy XIV Screenshots Show Update 4.3’s New Raid, Loot, Hairstyles, Mounts, Minions, and More

Final Fantasy XIV players have a lot to look forward to in update 4.3 “Under the Moonlight” coming to PS4 and PC on May 22nd.

on May 17, 2018 4:47 AM

Today Square Enix released a sizable gallery of screenshots of the upcoming Final Fantasy XIV update numbered 4.3 and titled “Under the Moonlight.”

The screenshots showcase more of the new Return to Ivalice 24-man raid, titled The Ridorana Lighthouse. We also get to see the spiffy gear that we’ll get as a reward.

We also see more of the Namazu beast tribe, centered on helping a certain member of the tribe in saving his people from certain annihilation. On top of that, more screenshots showcase the new The Weapon’s Refrain (Ultimate) battle.

For PvP, we get a new frontline rotation, and for music lovers, we see new instruments in the form of flutes and harps. New mounts, minions (I want that Sadu, no matter what), hairstyles and emotes complete the picture.

You can check out all the screenshots below. If you want to see more, you can also enjoy the trailer for the update, our recent interview with Main Scenario Lead Writer Natsuko Ishikawa and Localization Lead John Crow, and our review of the Stormblood expansion.

The update will hit the live servers on May 22nd. The game is currently available for PS4 and PC, and you can grab a copy on Amazon.


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