The new version of the highly acclaimed and beloved Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is out on March 9.
It features a whole new look, but there’s no denying that the game has been upgraded.
Here’s everything you need to know about the new game.
How does it look?
The game looks very much like the original.
Square Enix hasn’t just taken a completely new look.
It’s also overhauled its UI and interface elements, which are largely identical to those found in the original game.
The most obvious change is the presence of a new character icon on the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
The game’s art style, which originally featured the standard blue-and-white-and black-and orange style, has also been overhauled.
There’s a new dark gray-and white aesthetic, as well as a new style of black-on-black text.
The interface has also undergone a significant overhaul.
There are now several tabs in the bottom-right corner of your screen, and there are new icons to help you navigate between them.
The biggest difference between the original version and the new one is the addition of the “Dungeon Finder” feature.
While it was introduced in the previous game, it’s gone unused in the new version.
That means you’ll no longer be able to jump straight into dungeons by using the “Jump to Dungeon” button on the minimap.
Instead, you’ll be presented with a menu with a number of options to jump to the next available dungeon.
When you do so, you can either select the one you want to explore, or you can choose a different dungeon to go to.
The new dungeon you select will be added to your current dungeon, which you can visit later, if you’d like.
When choosing a dungeon, you will also be given a list of “Dungeon Finder Monsters,” which are monsters you can encounter in the dungeon.
These monsters will appear on the map as you visit the dungeon, and can help you fight off other monsters in the area.
For the most part, there’s nothing new about these monsters.
The biggest difference is that they’re not available in the current game.
That’s because there’s not enough space in the game for them.
This means that they won’t appear in future patches, and you’ll have to start afresh from scratch.
What does this mean for the story?
The story in A Realm Awakening will be a bit different than the story in the main game.
You’ll be able go on a quest to investigate the disappearance of your family, but it will not be a linear story.
Instead you’ll explore dungeons and fight monsters.
There will also still be a “Dungeons” tab that displays the dungeon levels and rewards for your characters, which may seem a little different from the way they are in the story.
There’s also a new “Rewards” tab in the menu that displays all of the items and abilities that you’ve earned through the quest.
There is no longer any need to visit the dungeons in order to get these rewards.
In the main story, there are also two other quests that are unlocked by completing the game.
One is the “Final Fantasy XIV Story Mode,” which allows you to play through the game with no story whatsoever.
The other is the story “Miner’s Guild,” which rewards you with the ability to access a dungeon and explore its layout.
The latter quest is the one I’ve been playing most recently, and it’s the one that I find the most enjoyable.
It rewards you for your hard work in the areas you’ve been exploring.
What about PvP?
There are now six new PvP modes, all of which are available to you at level 60.
The modes are “Fighter” and “PvP,” which both feature a team of four players working together.
There also are three new PvP maps: “Dungeoneering” for solo players, “Temple” for group play, and “Hextech Lab” for competitive play.
Each map has four entrances and a final boss that is only accessible by completing a certain number of “Rewrites.”
You can also earn PvP rewards by clearing certain dungeons in the “Guild Wars 2” PvP mode.
These rewards are tied to your level, which increases by one at every level after 60.
The most important thing to note about PvP is that it is currently in beta testing.
As a result, there is no way to test out these modes until the game is released.
You can read more about the PvP changes in a recent Polygon interview, but here are some of the things I’m hoping to get out of them.
What do I need to do?
A Realm Awakening contains five classes.
The classes are as follows:Hunter: A new class has been added, this time a fighter.
This class uses a combination of ranged attacks and a bow, but you can still use magic if you wish.
You have two