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FF14 – Patch 4.5 Main Features

time 2019-01-28 15:20

Starting January 8th, FF14 players can enjoy new content thanks to Patch 4.5. The patch is called Requiem for Heroes and it has a lot of content. Players will continue the Stormblood story with some new main scenario quests. The new quests are available to level 70 players who have completed certain quests. As we all know, FF14 is an MMORPG that requires players to finish main scenario quest chains to access the new ones so make sure you are up to date with the current main scenario progress. Chronicles of a New Era quests are also added by the patch. These quests are available to max level players who have finished The Fire-bird Down Below quest. Return to Ivalice quests are also available if players have completed the Annihilation quest that is part of the Chronicles of a New Era scenarios. There are also side story quests that can be accessed by lower level players. 

The new job is one of the most intriguing features of this patch. Its called Blue Mage and, for the moment, is level capped to 50. Players need a level 50 disciple of war or magic to start the quest for the new job. Advancement beyond level 50 which you could get easy with cheapest FF14 Boosting, will be made available in the future. The patch also comes with good news for starting players. Some main scenario quests will reward Grand Company seals so players will be able to get their Chocobo sooner. Those who like crafting and player housing will be glad to know that new items have been added to the game. The Manderville Gold Saucer has a new activity that allows players to engage in a game of Mahjong. The PvP system got some changes as well. The patch comes with new items and recipes. Some mounts have gained the ability to fly. New minions, titles, and achievements can be acquired. The patch also fixed some bugs. 

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