Monster Hunter: World and Final Fantasy XIV Ignite a Collab

Monster Hunter: World and Final Fantasy XIV Ignite a Collab

I need that palico in my life.

Michelle McLean by Michelle McLean on Jun 11, 2018 @ 09:15 PM (Staff Bios)
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Alright, so Final Fantasy XIV is my MMO of choice, so I feel that it is important to report that, during the Square Enix E3 2018 debriefing, there was an announcement regarding the MMORPG. And that is...

*drumroll*

A collaboration event between Final Fantasy XIV and Monster Hunter: World!

You can check out the teaser video right here:



According to the official Final Fantasy XIV site, there are two steps to participating in this hunt:

1. Create a character.
2. Level it to 70 and complete quests in Stormblood.

Quite the interesting... participation guide right there.

Anyway, we'll learn more about it before it launches sometime this summer.

Oh, and Monster Hunter: World will be delivering Behemoth to hunters. I'm hyped for that too! As a player of both games, all I can say is... bring it on!

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