Ahead of subsequent week’s release.
Square Enix has presented up a lengthy new trailer showcasing the subsequent update coming to Final Fantasy 14’s Shadowbringers expansion, and with it comes a appear at the MMO’s lengthy-awaited Nier: Automata-inspired 24-particular person raid.
The raid, recognized as The Copied Factory, is only the very first component of Yorha: Dark Apocalypse, a collaboration in between the Final Fantasy 14 group and Nier: Automata’s producer and director Yosuke Saito and Yoko Taro. Additional raids are due at a later date.
Here’s the official blurb for Yorha: Dark Apocalypse’s debut instalment: “Machina indistinguishable from guys in look, speech, demeanor─anyone in Norvrandt would dismiss such an notion as the fantastical ramblings of drunken dwarves. The discovery of a white-clad lady identifying herself as an ‘android’, even so, may perhaps contact almost everything that has lengthy been believed about technologies into query…”
Primarily based on the trailer, The Copied Factory surely appears the component it options familiar enemies and characters – like Nier: Automata’s protagonist 2B – and the complete issue sports the distinctive, washed-out aesthetic connected with the original, critically acclaimed game.
The remainder of Stormbringers’ subsequent update, officially recognized as patch five.1, will continue the expansion’s major storyline in new chapter Vows of Virtue, Deeds of Cruelty. It will also introduce the likes of new 4-player dungeon The Grand Cosmos, Beast Tribe quests, and a New Game Plus mode – all detailed a lot more completely in Square’s patch breakdown.
Final Fantasy 14’s five.1 update arrives subsequent week, on 29th October.