Square Enix Announces Final Fantasy XIV and Final Fantasy XV Collaboration

Square Enix Announces Final Fantasy XIV and Final Fantasy XV Collaboration

NieR Automata Collab, FFXV... this is too much to handle.

Michelle McLean by Michelle McLean on Feb 04, 2019 @ 12:16 PM (Staff Bios)
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Over the weekend, the second Final Fantasy XIV Fanfest was underway in Paris, France. We learned a lot of information that included details on the latest Gunbreaker job (which will undoubtedly become my new tank main), the unveiling of Viera (which seems to be so far an all-female race, but we have one more fanfest to go before that is confirmed), an extended teaser trailer, location and beastman tribe reveals, a FREAKIN' NieR AUTOMATA ALLIANCE RAID and more!

However, we're not going to delve into all of that. Instead, we're going to talk about the latest announcement regarding Final Fantasy XIV - the official collaboration between Final Fantasy XIV and Final Fantasy XV. Finally.

Just a little bit ago, the Final Fantasy XV and Final Fantasy XIV collaboration launched. Noctis was a Miqo'te (catboy, essentially), official race gear was distributed to all four bros, and finally, you had a chance to take down Final Fantasy XIV's version of Garuda.

Now, the opposite is happening. You'll be able to take part in a quest - occurring in mid-April - dubbed a Nocturne for Heroes. To participate, you'll need a character that is level 50 and has completed the main scenario quest, "The Ultimate Weapon" (aka the final ARR quest).
 


From what we've seen so far, we will be battling Final Fantasy XV's version of Garuda. Not sure what else, but as far as rewards go, we may be receiving weapons, but we're definitely going to obtain the first 4-man mount ever in the MMORPG, the Regalia Type-F.

Now can someone tell me how a Lalafell will be able to drive that?

Anyway, look forward to the event in mid-April, if you're a Final Fantasy XV fan.

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