For the Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood, and do you know its major changes? Stormblood takes players to both the conquered city-state of Ala Mhigo and the eastern nation of Doma. On the top of that, the expansion will raise the game’s level cap to 70, including two new DPS jobs: Red Mage and Samurai. More new features details, you can found more here: https://www.ffxiv4gil.com/.
Final Fantasy XIV Red Mage encourages you to create a sort of rhythm through your spell casting. For every non-instant spell you cast, the following spell is cast instant. Optimally, you’ll want to cast your shorter cast time spells so that you can cast your longer ones instantly. These mechanics sound like they’ll make for an enjoyable rotation and it’s a bonus that the Red Mage’s abilities are pretty damn flashy, too. Now, you had better buy Final Fantasy XIV Gil in advance.
Speaking of flash, the Samurai offers a completely different feel from the Red Mage, with a much more subdued aesthetic. The new job was announced at Frankfurt’s Final Fantasy XIV FanFest keynote, which also revealed that Stormblood will introduce a new continent to the far east (presumably the home of the samurai). There’ll be a new player city, too: Kugane, with a style that recalls ancient Japan.
Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood will be available for PlayStation 4, PC, and Mac on June 20, 2017. Are you ready to buy FFXIV Gil from a reliable website like FFXIV4GIL? Keep in mind that when Stormblood releases, if you create a new character and choose to be a Samurai, you’ll start at level 50.