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New Final Fantasy XIV update Dreams of Ice is "the game's biggest to date"

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Square Enix describes Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn's latest 2.4 update, titled Dreams of Ice, as the game's biggest update to date. It's available now.

Amongst other additions, the update adds new and expanded storylines, several environments, a new job and class, and the wintery dungeon of Snowcloak.

Flying chocobos and Dark Knights on the way in Final Fantasy XIV expansion Heavensward

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During the London Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival this weekend, Square Enix revealed a few new pieces of information about the game's upcoming expansion, Heavensward.

Most notably, flying mounts and the new Dark Knight job class. Because the only thing better than a chocobo is a chocobo than can fly you to work.

First Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn expansion called Heavensward, coming Spring 2015”

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The first expansion for Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn will be called Heavensward, and it's coming in Spring 2015 according to Square Enix.

The developer made the official announcement at the Final Fantasy Fan Festival over the weekend. Gaming website Gematsu has gathered the first nuggets of information on what players can expect.

Final Fantasy XIV director answers a tonne of fan queries in Q&A session

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Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn director Naoki Yoshida answered a lot of questions regarding the game's future in his 'Letter from the Producer' Q&A session yesterday.

The biggest news is probably that Square Enix is making good progress with the upcoming, as yet untitled, expansion. Fans will hear more about it at the company's Fan Festival 2014 on October 25.

Lapsed subscribers to Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn can get a free weekend starting today

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Square Enix has kicked off a free login weekend for Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn today, which runs until Monday 21 July and allows players to check out the new Defenders of Eorzea patch 2.3.

Rather than a chance for new players to try out the game this is aimed at lapsed subscribers. To be eligible for the event you'll need to have purchased and registered the game before, but currently have an inactive account.

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