Final Fantasy XIV (14) Online - Coming 2010 - Exclusively to PS3

Jan 29, 2009
Sony reveals the next Final Fantasy title will be an exclusive PS3 MMO, coming 2010

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Square Shows Off FF XIV Character Creator

We just got our hands on a slew of media from Square's upcoming Final Fantasy MMO. The bulk of the new releases show off clan and race diversity via the character creator system. We've also got a handful of screens from the stellar looking opening cinematic.

If you've been keeping up on Final Fantasy XIV details, have you already decided which character type you plan on playing?

Final Fantasy XIV classes detailed

Final Fantasy XIV may be a while off, but the official website was recently updated to show off class details for the Gladiator and Pugilist. Other updates include a first look at the in-game weapons used by both classes.

Pugilists utilize light armor and prefer hand-to-hand combat. They’ll also get their hands on classic Final Fantasy weapons like cesti. The Gladiators are sort of the opposite of Pugilists as they sport heavy army and carry heavy swords. They also wield throwing knives and a defensive and offensive shield.

The clans of Final Fantasy XIV detailed

The official website for Square Enix’s forthcoming Final Fantasy XIV has been updated, revealing more information about the clans in each race. The five races each have a pair of clans to choose, each with different lore that is sure to add quite a bit of depth to the game.

The Elezen

Wildwood Elezen – Possessing a keen sense of sight, the Wildwood clan are expert archers. After hundreds of years living in the forests, they have emerged to urban centers or to live more nomadic lives on the plains.

Duskwight Elezen – The Duskwight clan have the ability of detecting the faintest sounds, making them a perfect build for hand-to-hand combat. They are a bit like scavengers, robbing and pillaging to survive.

The Lalafell

Plainsfolk – The Plainsfolk live in thatched huts, with intricate passageways underground. Their long ears allow them to hear the faintest sounds.

Dunesfolk – With distinct eyes covered by a protective layer, a response to the glaring sunlight of their home region, the Dunesfolk live on structures stuck to backs of large beasts of burden.

The Hyur

Midland – The Midland are the larger of the two Hyur clans, establishing themselves through every city in the realm. They are some of the most educated members of the game.

Highlanders – Living mostly in mountainous regions of Eorzea, the Highlanders are bigger than their Midland counterparts. They are quite rare and work as mercenaries.

The Roegadyn

Sea Wolves – Besides sounding like a new species of animal you’d see at a zoo, the Sea Wolves work as sailors or naval mercenaries. Their history consists of living on islands on the north seas and working as fishermen.

Hellsguard – The Hellsguard are all about the volcanic region they inhabit – both in body and mind. They believe the mountains of flames are doorways to the underworld, making them act as gatekeepers.

The Miqo’te

Seekers of the Sun – The Seekers of the Sun have a preference for the light of day. They have a devout reverence for Azeyma the Warden, goddess of the sun.

Keepers of the Moon – These are the more nocturnal of the Miqo’te clans. They worship the goddess of the moon, Menphina the Lover.

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Jan 29, 2009
Square Enix Unveils Newest Addition to the FINAL FANTASY Series, FINAL FANTASY XIV!

MMORPG Scheduled for Simultaneous Global Release on the PLAYSTATION 3 and Windows

LOS ANGELES, June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Square Enix Co., Ltd. (Square Enix), announced that FINAL FANTASY XIV, an all new massively-multiplayer role-playing game (MMORPG), is planned for simultaneous global release with language support in Japanese, English, French and German.

Adventure begins anew in the vast realm of Eorzea!

More information on FINAL FANTASY XIV can be found at


Platforms: PLAYSTATION(R) 3 & Windows(R)
*Details on required PC specifications to be announced
at a later date
Languages: Japanese, English, German, French (simultaneous release)
Release: 2010
ESRB: RP (Rating Pending)
Copyright: (C) SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD. All Rights Reserved.

Development Staff
Producer: Hiromichi Tanaka (FINAL FANTASY I, II, III, XI)
Director: Nobuaki Komoto (FINAL FANTASY IX, XI)
Art Director: Akihiko Yoshida (Vagrant Story(R), FINAL FANTASY XII)
Music: Nobuo Uematsu of SMILE PLEASE (FINAL FANTASY series)
Jan 29, 2009
Coming straight from the Square conference, Square announced that they are indeed considering more platforms for Final Fantasy XIV including, the Xbox 360. So Xbox 360 fans still playing FFXI bummed about the FFXIV announcement, look up becuase hope may be in the future.
Jan 27, 2009
Hmmm need to stay away from this... i was hoooked on FFXI, spent too much $$(2 accounts + mules) and time for 3-4years. Was finally able to kick the habit when i got PS3.