The ‘Last Fantasy’ MMO will go to its third generation of PlayStation consoles with 4K and improved performance.
Over ten years after its grieved PC and PS3 launch, Final Fantasy XIV is coming to one more PlayStation console. During an uncover event Friday night, Square-Enix declared an open beta for PS5 will begin April thirteenth. On the new framework, the MMORPG will run in 4K resolution, and guarantees incomprehensibly improved execution. It’s as of now playable in reverse similarity mode, however the new form will be completely upgraded, and is playable at no additional expense for those all around registered in the PS4 game.
The organization additionally reported another expansion pack for the game, Endwalker, which is set for discharge this fall with a new openings, new regions, and a level cap that goes to 90. It’s likewise set to end the storyline that started when the game relaunched.
Truth be told, the game’s initially go-round went so ineffectively that Square Enix shut it down prior to relaunching Realm Reborn as version 2.0 and at last changing to PS4. Presently the game cases more than 20 million players, and is coming to PlayStation 5 prepared to take its missions to new level.