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    Final Fantasy XIV patch 6.11a features adjustments to various PvP actions

    Square Enix released patch notes for Final Fantasy XIV patch 6.11a. The upcoming patch features adjustments to various PvP actions across a variety of jobs in the game. These jobs include Gunbreaker, Bard, Machinist, Dancer, Black Mage, Summoner, Red Mage, and Astrologian. Multiple bug fixes will be applied:

      • An issue when playing as paladin in PvE wherein the potency of Holy Spirit and Holy Circle did not increase when the player had one stack of Requiescat.

      • An issue wherein the description of the warrior PvP action Primal Scream failed to note the potency of Primal Rend and Chaotic Cyclone is increased while under the effect of Inner Release.* This is an issue only in the description. The action functions as intended.

      • An issue when playing as gunbreaker in PvP wherein the description of certain actions after executing Continuation while under the effect of Junction Healer failed to note the range of its healing effect is 15 yalms.* This is an issue only in the descriptions. The actions function as intended.

      • An issue wherein the description of the ninja PvP action Three Mudra failed to note the action changes to Meisui while under the effect of Three Mudra.* This is an issue only in the description. The action functions as intended.

      • An issue wherein attempting to execute the bard PvE action Wanderer’s Minuet multiple times in quick succession prevented players from queueing another action for execution.

      • An issue wherein the barrier potency listed in the description of the machinist PvP action Bishop Autoturret was incorrect.* This is an issue only in the description. The action functions as intended.

      • An issue wherein the description of the gunbreaker PvP action Terminal Trigger, the dancer PvP action Honing Dance, and the machinist PvP action Wildfire failed to note their attack radius is 5 yalms.* This is an issue only in the descriptions. The actions function as intended.

      • An issue in PvP wherein the additional effect of the redmage action Displacement erroneously increased the healing potency of the limit break Southern Cross.

      • Other minor text issues have also been addressed.

    Other various issues have also been addressed.

    In addition, the 30 minute inactivity timer will no longer be active with Final Fantasy XIV patch 6.11a. The timer was originally implemented as a measure to combat server congestion following the release of Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker. Lastly, a release date for the new patch was not announced.

    Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker is available now for PS4, PS5, and PC.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email: [email protected]

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