The 6.8 update for FFXIV brought a lot of buffs for certain jobs to make them relevant again, but what can expect after that?
In January 2022, FFXIV producer and director Naoki Yoshida stated that information regarding the future updates for patch 7.0 will be revealed sometime in late February 2022 during a Radio Mog Station broadcast. He further commented that characters such as Krile and Thancred will become prominent figures in the coming story updates. Several drastic updates and adjustments for FFXIV gil farming have already been made leading up to the 7.0 patch. However, the director didn’t elaborate on what that information could potentially be or when players can expect the updates to roll out. Considering that we’re already smack dab in the middle of February, the wait shouldn’t be long before we can finally see what awaits us. In the meantime, let’s speculate a bit on what’s slated to come in the FFXIV 7.0 patch update.
Players Are Still Busy With Patch 6.08’s Content
Patch 6.08 was introduced in late January and featured adjustments to jobs and more ways to farm FF14 Gil to balance the game after the changes brought by Endwalker. Due to high-end content such as the Asphodelos Savage raids, certain jobs have been heavily underrepresented. For this reason, Naoki Yoshida decided to bring buffs to those jobs to keep them in line with the strongest in the meta.
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For starters, a much-needed treatment was done for the Paladin, which Yoshida mentioned has been the least popular tank since Endwalker’s release in December 2021. This was mainly because of the Paladin trailing behind other tank jobs in terms of damage output. To remedy this, the development team made changes in the form of buffing the job’s Blade of Faith, Blade of Valor, Blade of Truth, Expiacion, and Spirits Within.
Another job that needed attention was the Machinist. The Machinist was added in FFXIV: Heavensward, and although the gun-wielding job’s cool aesthetic has won over multiple fans across the globe, others weren’t impressed with the damage numbers it puts out. The adjustments for the Machinist in Patch 6.08 were minimal compared to other jobs such as the Dancer and Dragoon, leaving a lot of fans disappointed that they weren’t able to see their favorite get bigger buffs. However, there’s always the chance that more changes could come in future patches – specifically in 7.0.
The last job that we’ll be talking about is the Dragoon. The featured job in the Heavensward expansion, the Dragoon has been a fan favorite for many years. The recent removal of the channeling animation of Dragon Sight was a blow to the players but considering that others sometimes get confused by the said animation, it was probably for the best. At the very least, the major buffs to the Dragoon’s damage should be enough to console just about anyone sad to see it go.
Other jobs also received the same treatment (Dancer, Ninja, Samurai, Summoner, Black Mage), but these three are the most prominent ones that shone the brightest. Meanwhile, the Oceania data center, Materia, is now open. This means that the Home World Transfer service has resumed, and players can now earn numerous bonuses for transferring their character to one of those Worlds.
Speculations for Patch 7.0
The best way to sum up the state of Final Fantasy is that it’s in the midst of a renaissance right now. The collapse of other major MMOs like New World and World of Warcraft, paired with the success of the new Endwalker expansion, has led to a major boost in popularity for Yoshida’s golden boy. With the way Square Enix has been putting out content for FFXIV these days, they’d easily be forgiven if they decided to rest their laurels for a while, but apparently, that’s not going to happen.
As stated before, Naoki Yoshida hinted at plans for the game in the most recent Radio Mog Station broadcast, and it sounds like he has some bold ideas about where to go next. While we won’t get a full expansion for a while as they typically come out every two years or so, Yoshi-P promised that the updates leading to patch 7.0 will introduce some drastic changes.
With Endwalker’s release and success behind Square Enix, fans are pulling out all the stops in trying to find and decipher potential clues as to what might be coming down the road. For the most part though, we think it’s best to just sit back and enjoy the ride, knowing that there are already major changes coming this February. What do you think are things we can expect in patch 7.0 besides new ways to farm FF14 Gil? Let us know down below!
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