Final Fantasy 14 Patch 6.25 Now Live, Bringing New Weapon and Tribal Quests

Final Fantasy 14 The momentum continues, as patch 6.25 is now live for players on PC and PlayStation consoles to download and experience. The content patch, while minor compared to patch 6.2, has a lot of new quests for players to enjoy. Final Fantasy 14including the launch of a new Relic Weapon quest series, new tribal quests, and a new dungeon mode.

The award-winning MMORPG from Square Enix continues the momentum of the past few years. Patch 6.25 comes two months after the release of Patch 6.2, “Bored Memory”, which brought new main story content and a new Pandemonium raid tier for level 90 players.

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Patch 6.25 introduces the long-awaited Manderville relic weapon hunt. In this story, players will see how the game’s self-styled blacksmiths and elite goldsmiths join forces to create and customize new weapons for the Warriors of Light. However, this quest will only be the beginning of an ongoing series. And Walker expansion, and subsequent entries will continue in future content patches until the release of the next expansion.

Players who have leveled a Gatherer (miner, botanist, and/or fisher) to level 80 or higher will have a new clan to befriend and earn rewards. Omicron clan quests arrive with patch 6.25. In this scenario, players will find themselves in a different setting, located at the edge of the universe. The story will unfold as players complete three daily quests, and build their reputation with Omicron from Earth.

As for endgame players who enjoy a challenge, a new dungeon mode arrived with patch 6.25, called Variant and Criterion Dungeons. To start, a new instance called “The Sil’dihn Subterrane” is now available for groups of one to four players to experience, and branching story paths to experience within the dungeon. According to the developers, a variant is similar to a “story mode” level of Dungeon Challenge, and can be played solo or with up to four players. However, Criterion Dungeons are more difficult and will require a standard composition of one tank, one healer, and two DPS to execute. Dungeon rewards may not contain new weapon designs. Final Fantasy 14but drops from dungeons can include mounts and other cosmetic rewards.

Final Fantasy 14 Available now for PC, PS4, and PS5.

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