Among other things, Endwalker will introduce two new jobs, a new Harvest Moon-style minigame, and a conclusion to the current FFXIV story.
Nexon’s popular side-scrolling MMORPG will soon launch a collaboration with K-pop superstars (and noted MapleStory fans) BTS.
Phantasy Star Online 2 is now available in 33 additional countries—New Zealand and Australia included—across Xbox One, Windows 10, and Steam.
Until 9am on May 26 (PDT), you can get the Starter Edition of Final Fantasy XIV for free to keep on PS4, with 30 days of play time included.
Final Fantasy XIV Patch 5.3 will allow flying mounts in A Realm Reborn areas, as well as adding a new chapter to the NieR collaboration (and plenty more).
The latest Live Letter revealed new details about Final Fantasy XIV patch 4.3, which is due out in May, but the far more interesting announcement is of a companion app for the game.
Final Fantasy XIV: Gathering Outdoors may be an April Fool’s joke, but a geolocation-based mobile game tie-in to Square Enix’s titanic MMO actually sounds like a great idea.
Final Fantasy XIV patch 4.2: Rise of a New Sun adds the expected range of new dungeons and quests, but the best thing about it—at least for me—is the new Glamour Dresser.
The Legend Returns brings with it the long-awaited Return to Ivalice raid, which is fantastic. Sadly, the main story developments are underwhelming.
Hyperdimesion Neptunia turns its unique, self-aware parody to MMO and faux-MMO, and the results are hilarious. Welcome to 4 Goddesses Online.