New Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers Trailer Features Tom Holland ‘Becoming The Darkness’ (VIDEO)
For those still unaware, Square Enix is on the cusp of releasing a brand new expansion for Final Fantasy XIV. Titled Shadowbringers, the new expansion puts a heavy focus on the Warrior of Light protagonist (that’s you) becoming the Warrior of Darkness in order to overcome challenges that would seemingly be too insurmountable otherwise. With the expansion officially releasing in a short two weeks, a new trailer has been released featuring actor Tom Holland and comedian Hannibal Buress, the former of whom is training to “become the darkness” prior to the release of the expansion. Check it out below:
The Spider-Man actor is definitely giving it his all to prepare himself for the release of the Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers, though his training appears to have been useless anyways as he gets taken down “within the first 20 seconds” of the game. Oh well, at least his heart was in the right place. Curious about what Shadowbringers has to offer? Here are the key features courtesy of Square Enix:
- New jobs
- New playable race
- Level cap increase from 70 to 80
- Journey through expansive new areas
- New primals
- New beast tribes
- A plethora of new dungeons to explore
- Challenging new 8-player raids
- An exciting new series of alliance raids
- Tackle dungeons solo while fighting alongside prominent characters with the new Trust system
- Relive the adventures from your past with your current level and gear via the New Game+ system.
- The Restoration of the Holy See of Ishgard – In the aftermath of the Dragonsong War, Disciples of the Hand and Land work together to rebuild Ishgard
Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers releases on July 2nd, with early access beginning on Friday, June 28 for those who pre-order.
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