Final Fantasy XIV is on the eve of patch 5.55, which is able to set the stage for the Endwalker release date in November. Between these two dates it’s trying like a protracted, largely empty path – a lot of time for levelling that alt class, a minimum of – however the roadmap from the FFXIV Fan Festival has details on a couple of notable occasions to assist fill the time till Endwalker.

Of course, that roadmap begins with the launch of patch 5.55 on May 25. This is the large one, with a brand new set of story quests setting the stage for Endwalker in addition to as an epilogue for the Nier raid sequence. We already broke down a lot of details about this patch in an earlier story, however you’re going to need to savour this replace, as a result of it’s the largest one you’re getting for some time.

In June or July, we’re getting patch 5.57, and in July or August, we’ll get patch 5.58. While there aren’t any details on these patches simply but, in earlier growth cycles these kinds of updates have usually been centered on bug fixes and technical adjustments. In different phrases, don’t anticipate a lot in the method of new content material.

The relaxation of the roadmap contains the return of the standard seasonal occasions, together with Make It Rain, Moonfire Faire, and The Rising. (Sadly, it appears like we’re as soon as once more lacking All Saints’ Wake, the Halloween occasion.)

The one shock in the checklist is the return of the FFXV collaboration, which suggests you’re going to get one other shot at grabbing a Regalia mount. (Does that technically make FFXIV a racing game?)

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