The Final Fantasy XIV Artwork Exhibition occasion that was supposed to open January 8, 2021 in Tokyo has been postponed. Square Enix made the precautionary measure to delay the occasion due to the latest COVID-19 surge in Japan. The firm will resolve on a brand new opening date later based mostly on circumstances. [Thanks, 4Gamer.]
Square Enix has been making ready for the occasion with virus prevention countermeasures for the occasion venue. This included a listing of precautions that attendees had been anticipated to take in the event that they deliberate on attending. However, after cautious concerns relating to the security of holiday makers, employees, and others involved, the corporate determined that it might be finest not to maintain the occasion in the intervening time.
The free artwork exhibit was anticipated to happen from January 8-12, 2021, at O-YANE Plaza at Roppongi Hills in Tokyo, Japan. Square Enix will share extra follow-up particulars on the event website later. The artwork exhibit will showcase the sport’s attractive environments present in cities, nature, and ruins. It will embody over 100 screenshots taken by gamers for attendees to try. Furthermore, the Final Fantasy XIV Artwork Exhibition will characteristic a recreation of one of many sport’s cities made with over 200,000 items of blocks by the LEGO Club of Tokyo University.
Final Fantasy XIV is straight away out there for the PlayStation four and PC.