Final Fantasy XIV PS5 Get Increase Frame Rate And Other Enhancements



After being announced some time ago, the PS5 version of Final Fantasy XIV will bring a lot of significant changes. This change occurred because the technology owned by PlayStation 5 is quite sophisticated.

Furthermore, there are a few things the Final Fantasy XIV PlayStation 5 version will get. What are those? Let's take a look at the following article until it runs out.


Some Improvements in Final Fantasy XIV PS5



Referring to the current information, the PlayStation 5 version of this game will get an increase in terms of frame rate. The loading time of the game is also reduced so that the effectiveness of playing time becomes better. Furthermore, Square Enix also provides users with a gaming experience through 4K resolution support.

For sound, Final Fantasy XIV PlayStation 5 features 3D audio and DualSense's haptic feedback feature. This helps players experience playing on the next-gen console.

For now, a trial of the PlayStation 5 version will take place on April 13, 2020. The schedule is the same as the release of patch 5.5. Players can try FF XIV by downloading it on PS5. Meanwhile, players who already have this game can upgrade in the PlayStation Store.


After The Test Is Completed, FF XIV Will Be Released



Furthermore, moving the game from PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5 will begin as soon as the trial is complete. Even so, the PS4 version of the game will still get support from Square Enix.

Previously, Square Enix announced the arrival of this new expansion of Final Fantasy XIV. This expansion was named Endwalker and became the successor to the previous increase, Shadowbringer 2019.

This expansion was just revealed through Showcase on February 5, 2021, and will be released in the fall of this year. But this expansion is different from the previous expansion because Yoshida explained that the end walker expansion would end the story running for ten years.


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