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Emerald Weapon Final Fantasy XIV Square Enix

Emerald Weapon will arrive in Final Fantasy XIV in December

Emerald Weapon, the fearsome super boss who first appeared in Final Fantasy VII is ready to wreak havoc and destruction in the Eorzea region thanks to the next update for Final Fantasy XIV: Futures Rewritten coming out on ...
Final Fantasy XIV Shadowbringers, a new video and post launch plans

Final Fantasy XIV: Postponed Patch for Coronavirus

The latest update of Final Fantasy XIV's Shadowbringers expansion, Square Enix's MMORPG, will suffer some delay due to the various lockdowns around the world due to the Coronavirus. The latest patch 5.3 scheduled for June should have added, ...

[E3 Square Enix] Trailer for the release of Final Fantasy XIV Shadowbringers

During E3 2019, new details were released on Shadowbringers, the additional content of Final Fantasy XIV. In truth, according to the words of Square Shadowbringers it will not be a simple DLC, but it can be considered, ...
Final Fantasy XIV Online has surpassed 16 millions of players worldwide

Final Fantasy XIV Online - Record users worldwide

Square Enix has just announced during a live broadcast from San Francisco that online Final Fantasy XIV has surpassed 16 millions of players worldwide. The achievement of this result by ...

xCloud, Microsoft is testing 1080p streaming

Microsoft has officially begun a testing phase to further increase the resolution supported by xCloud to 1080p. According to Windows Central, a source ...

Apex Legends, new record of contemporary players on Steam

The success of Apex Legends does not seem to diminish over time, on the contrary: the battle royale created by Respawn Entertainment has registered its new ...
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