The annual Little Ladies Day event in Final Fantasy 14, which is based on the real-world Japanese festival Hinamatsuri, will begin on March 14, according to Square Enix‘s official Final Fantasy 14 Japanese Twitter account. On the same day, March 7, the game’s official website will be updated with further information, including the awards for event participants as well as the start time for the event.
Items from previous events that players were unable to obtain are usually added to the store a year after they were first released in the game. The aforementioned products are also available for purchase through the game’s cash shop, so players may expect the same this year.
Items that were formerly accessible through the Little Ladies Day event are usually available in the Final Fantasy XIV Online Store a year after they were released in the game. As a result, people who missed out on prizes in the past can generally purchase them in the cash shop. The Songbird Attire and a handful of “cheer” emotes, including glowsticks, were among the items available during the event. Both things can be purchased via the Final Fantasy XIV Online Store.
A Letter from the Producer Live will also be released, explaining the features that will be available in Patch 6.1. The broadcast will be broadcast live on YouTube, Twitch, and NicoNico. Square Enix has agreed to allow the broadcast to be streamed together. Square Enix already provided a Final Fantasy XIV roadmap. This contained a list of content that will be added to the game as new versions are released.
Apart from that, on March 4th, a Letter from the Producer will be released, detailing the content that will be included by Patch 6.1. The show will be available to watch on Final Fantasy 14’s official YouTube (linked below), Twitch, and NicoNico channels.
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