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Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood

"I would hope they improve the combat at early leve..."

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Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood is the second expansion pack of Final Fantasy XIV, announced at the 2016 Fan Fest, being released for PC, Macintosh, and PlayStation 4. It officially marks the end of Final Fantasy XIV on PlayStation 3, with support for the platform being discontinued coinciding with the expansion's launch.

The expansion sees Adventurers heading to the Gyr Abania region in eastern Aldenard and beyond to the continent of Othard, liberating both the city-states of Ala Mhigo and Doma from the Garlean Empire.

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I'm really enjoying Stormblood. It has the a great story, dungeon content, boss encounters, and pvp the game has seen thus far. It's all around amazing.

I get that some people got turned off by the combat. It's still hard for me to play games like FFXIV after being used to WoW's polished movement and combat mechanics for so long. Something about FF's combat that doesn't feel right at home, despite also being tab-targetting. Once you get to level 50-70 it gets significantly better in regards to story and combat though. There's less "filler" content and there's enough skills to press while you're waiting for the 2.5 GDC.

on July 3, 2017
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Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood

I would hope they improve the combat at early levels to suck in more players.
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