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New Screens And Trailer For Final Fantasy XIV Online

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Brendan Griffiths
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Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, MMORPGs, Screenshots, Square Enix, trailer

New Screens And Trailer For Final Fantasy XIV Online

Not to be outdone by the return of Lightning, new signs of life emerge from Final Fantasy XIV Online: A Realm Reborn. At today’s 25th Anniversary event for the Final Fantasy series new in-game screenshots were released along with a new trailer.

The original FFXIV was something of a disaster on PC, leading to Square-Enix deciding to pull back and essentially start again, hence the Reborn part of the title. Old assets have been scrapped to ensure everything looks as new as possible as graphical standards have moved on since the original release. That and almost everything attached to the old game was broken.

Have a good nosey at the images after the jump and don’t forget to click them if you want to see enlarged versions. There’s a new trailer too, which almost makes us want to forgive the original’s shoddiness. It’s reassuring to see a PS3 logo at the end of the trailer too as you’d be forgiven for thinking Square-Enix had sacked off those plans. Saying that, is anyone taking bets it will end up being a PS4 game?

New Screens And Trailer For Final Fantasy XIV Online

New Screens And Trailer For Final Fantasy XIV Online

New Screens And Trailer For Final Fantasy XIV Online

New Screens And Trailer For Final Fantasy XIV Online

New Screens And Trailer For Final Fantasy XIV Online

New Screens And Trailer For Final Fantasy XIV Online

New Screens And Trailer For Final Fantasy XIV Online

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StolenDiagram  Sep. 2, 2012 at 10:37

It wouldn't display the PS3 logo if it wasn't releasing on PS3. SE know that that's where the money is and they've spent the last year or so trying to create a game designed to work on both systems.

bggriffiths  Sep. 2, 2012 at 17:03

It wouldn't display the PS3 logo if it wasn't releasing on PS3. SE know that that's where the money is and they've spent the last year or so trying to create a game designed to work on both systems.


Actually, they've spent the last five years trying to do that. fingers crossed though.

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