Final Fantasy XIV Online is Coming to PS5, Square-Enix Officially Announced

Final Fantasy XIV Online is coming to PlayStation 5 and it is set to launch into open beta on April 13, 2021. This has been officially announced by developer Square-Enix, just recently, through a press release and an overview published on YouTube.

Final Fantasy XIV PS5 Version

The Final Fantasy XIV Online PS5 version is said to feature numerous upgrades from the PS4 4 version. These upgrades include the following:

  • Significantly improved frame rates
  • Faster load times
  • 4K resolution support
  • And more!

“Players whose FINAL FANTASY XIV Online service account has a registered license for the PlayStation 4 version may download and play the PlayStation 5 Upgrade Version at no extra cost at the start of the open beta period, while new players can experience the game on the PlayStation 5 through the Free Trial.”

– Square-Enix

Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker

Furthermore, Square-Enix also bared that Final Fantasy XIV Online will get its fourth expansion pack called Endwalker. The new expansion pack is set to release on fall 2021 for the following:

  • PC
  • PlayStation 5,
  • PlayStation 4
  • Mac

“Endwalker features the climax of the Hydaelyn and Zodiark story, in which Warriors of Light will encounter an even greater calamity than ever before as they travel to the far reaches of Hydaelyn and even to the moon. In addition to bringing the long-running story arc that began with A Realm Reborn™ to its conclusion, Endwalker will mark a new beginning for the beloved MMO, setting the stage for new adventures that longtime fans and new players can enjoy together.”

– Square-Enix

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Source: Square-Enix

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