Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood to add Samurai class

by Lawrence Cooper February 20, 2017, 0:30
Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood to add Samurai class

In addition, it's now been confirmed that Square Enix discussed the possibility of a Nintendo Switch edition of the game and confirmed a PS4 Pro patch.

We'll be sure to bring you more news on Final Fantasy XIV if Square Enix decides to push ahead with a port.

Final Fantasy XIV will be getting a PS4 Pro patch, which will give the upcoming Stormblood expansion a performance boost.

As if they weren't excited enough before today, we got to learn that the Samurai job will be the second one to join the roster of jobs available for players when Stormblood releases - as reported by Siliconera.

Operating as a melee DPS, the Samurai will employ the katana to devastate opponents using Eastern swordplay techniques. The new Kojin beast tribe and the new Susano (Lord of the Revel) primal based in Doma were revealed, along with a trio of zones: Yanxia, the Azim Steppe, and the Ruby Sea. This new continent is situated in the far east, and it is now believed to be the lair of the Samurai that starts at Level 50 and uses the same armor as the monks.

Not only that but the Samurai will set it's job quests in the original areas of Eorzea before going to the new continent in the far east.

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood will storm the PC and PS4 on June 30.

Players will master the art of Sen, and its three forces, Setsu (snow), Getsu (moon) and Ka (flower) on the path to Stormblood's new content, with the class opening up before you make a start on the narrative.

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