Final Fantasy 14 Patch 6.2 – Buried Memory was revealed at the start of July but it only came with a vague August release date. Now that release date has been confirmed alongside a new trailer for the update and a demonstration of the new island sanctuary habitat. There were also details about update 6.25, which will arrive at a later date.
When will Final Fantasy 14 Patch 6.2 – Buried Memory be released?
Final Fantasy 14 Patch 6.2 – Buried Memory has a release date for August 23. The update will introduce the brand new island sanctuaries where players can gather materials, build facilities, and care for creatures in their own little paradise. The trailer also highlighted the Buried Memory main scenario quest, the Pandæmonium: Abyssos raid dungeon, The Fell Court of Troia dungeon, and other new content that will be added with the update.
There were also details for Patch 6.25, which is due to be released at a later date. The content coming in that patch is:
- New Side Story Quests – Somehow Further Hildibrand Adventures continue in Patch 6.25.
- New Weapon Enhancement Quests – Players can obtain and enhance Manderville Weapons throughout the Patch 6.x series, which will begin in the Somehow Further Hildibrand Adventures questline.
- New Tribal Quests: Omicron – New daily quests for Disciples of the Land.
- New “Variant Dungeons” Battle Content – Players can enjoy this new variable-difficulty dungeon content—beginning with the Sil’dihn Subterrane—designed for between 1-4 players, with the difficulty of enemies scaling depending on party size. Dungeons will feature branching routes, which change depending on player action within the dungeon.
- New “Another Path: Criterion Dungeons” Battle Content – High difficulty four-player content, which features a distinct structure and enemies of the Variant Dungeons, but will have a set route. Criterion dungeons will feature two options of difficulties, each with their own unique set of rules and characteristics.
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