Final Fantasy XIV Patch 6.2: Buried Memory releases August 23

    Buried within memory.

    Square Enix announced Final Fantasy XIV Patch 6.2: Buried Memory releases on August 23 with new main story quests and side content.

    Patch 6.2: Buried Memory continues the main story of Final Fantasy XIV and introduces a new dungeon, the Fell Court of Troia. Additionally, players may challenge a new 8-player raid and a new trial.

    More details about the new patch are available below via Square Enix:

    • New Main Scenario Quests – The epic story continues in this latest chapter.
    • New Side Story Quests – Experience the continuation of Tataru’s Grand Endeavor.
    • New Dungeon – New challenges await in the Fell Court of Troia.
    • New Trial – Band together with other players in a new trial with Normal and Extreme difficulties.
    • New 8-Player Raid – Pandæmonium: Abyssos will be available in both Normal and Savage difficulties to challenge the most seasoned players. The Savage difficulty raid is planned for release one week following the launch of Patch 6.2.
    • New Unreal Trial – Battle against Sephirot in Containment Bay S1T7 (Unreal).
    • PvP Updates – PvP Series 2 and Crystalline Conflict Season 3 will begin with the release of Patch 6.2. Hidden Gorge will also resume, along with adjustments to PvP actions and the Crystalline Conflict ranked matching system.
    • Continued Improvements to the Main Scenario:
      • The Duty Support feature will be expanded to include main scenario dungeons from the 2.x series to 3.0 (Snowcloak, The Keeper of the Lake, Sohm Al, The Aery and The Vault).
      • The Steps of Faith trial will be reworked into a solo quest battle.
      • The Thornmarch trial will be revamped.
    • Miscellaneous Updates – Additional content including, updates to adventurer plates and portraits, glamour dresser capacity expansion from 400 to 800 slots, and more.

    Square Enix also revealed the first details regarding Final Fantasy XIV patch 6.25. The new patch introduces more Hildibrand side quests, weapon enhancement quests, Omicron tribal quests, and new dungeon content.

    • 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.

    The Moonfire Faire seasonal event is live until August 26 in Final Fantasy XIV, and more details are available here.

    Lastly, Final Fantasy XIV is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon and a News Writer at Game Rant. 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:

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