Patch 6.2 for Final Fantasy 14 will be released at the end of August.

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Patch 6.2 for Final Fantasy 14 will be released at the end of August.

We present you with a chic patch of the game beloved by gamers. The developers noted that the patch will be released at the end of August this year. It can be assumed that many surprises await the players. As announced on July 1st, the patch is called Buried Memory. It will contain all the additions that were announced back in February. In particular, director Naoki Yoshida noted that players will see many new quests.

You can also meet one interesting character.

Along with this patch, the next phase of the Pandemonium raids will be released. In addition, the video novelty will become much more convenient for those who want to play alone thanks to the innovation of The Trust, which applies to most of the mysterious dungeons of the fantasy world.

We also draw your attention to significant improvements in the arsenal of weapons. In addition, you can go on an exciting journey through the "Island Sanctuary" or the Criterion Dungeon.

The director also noted that all this is just a pilot release. And, if gamers don’t like something, the developers will make changes.

As you know, Final Fantasy 14 is an amazing role-playing game created by a Japanese company that has managed to win the recognition of gamers around the world. Players appreciated the excellent graphics and bright special effects. Enjoy unforgettable adventures!

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