Final Fantasy XIV Producer Live Letter Later Today; Discussing Next 10 Years & Endwalker Q&A

Yesterday, Square Enix announced that they will be hosting a new live letter for the critically acclaimed MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV. This stream, helmed by the title’s producer, Naoki Yoshida, will provide great insight into the next ten years of this title, a truly ambitious endeavor. Additionally, Yoshida will be answering select questions by fans regarding the latest expansion, Endwalker, during the stream’s second half. Co-streaming for the event will also be allowed, so those desiring to do so can commit to the task with no potential copyright concerns looming over their heads.

The newest Final Fantasy XIV Producer live letter will be conducted later today at 6 PM PST/ 9 PM EST via NicoNico, Youtube, and Twitch. A live interpretation of Japanese to English will be provided to grant a broader range of global understanding.

More details regarding this stream’s contents can be viewed via Final Fantasy XIV’s official North American website, the Lodestone.

The developers announced that Final Fantasy XIV will receive no foreseeable NFT support during the pre-show. Additionally, the title’s following live letter has been confirmed to occur on March 4, 2022, detailing the contents of update 6.1.

While the specifics of this incorporation have not been set in stone yet, the developers are yearning to make the game far more approachable to the single-player crowd so those who have avoided the title due to its online components can play it without worry. The Trust System, which utilizes in-game story characters as party members, is the crux of this idea.

You can view the tweet reminding fans about this upcoming Final Fantasy XIV live letter stream below:

If you missed it, check out our review of Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker, as it is one of the few 10s we have ever awarded, and it is well deserved.

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