PS5 Users Will Be Able to Play Final Fantasy XIV With Fast Loading & PS4 Pro Display Settings

PS5 Users Will Be Able to Play Final Fantasy XIV

PS5 users will be able to play Final Fantasy XIV with fast loading & PS4 Pro display settings. Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy XIV will be one of the “99 percent” of PlayStation 4 games that will be playable on the PlayStation 5. PS5 owners will experience faster loading times and will be able to play the game using PS4 Pro display settings.

PS5 Users Will Be Able to Play Final Fantasy XIV With Fast Loading & PS4 Pro Display Settings

Square Enix shared an overview of Patch 5.4, which will release in December. Details are as follows:

  • New Main Scenario Quests – Following the grand conclusion of the Shadowbringers story in Patch 5.3, players will set out on a new adventure.
  • New Raid Dungeon: Eden’s Promise – The third chapter in the eight-player Eden raid series brings new challenging battles available as both normal and savage difficulties.
  • Chronicles of a New Era – The Sorrow of Werlyt Updates – The next chapter in “The Sorrow of Werlyt” questline will introduce Emerald Weapon.
  • New Trial: Emerald Weapon – Players can challenge Emerald Weapon in both normal and extreme difficulties.
  • New Dungeon: Matoya’s Relict – Players can tackle this new challenge alongside fellow adventurers, or a party of non-player characters, using the Trust system.
  • New Unreal Trial – The next powered-up version of an existing primal will be unleashed upon level 80 heroes in Patch 5.4, providing a new challenge and a chance at unique prizes.
  • Blue Mage Update – The limited job will receive a number of new updates, including an increased level cap, new blue magic to learn from enemies, new job-specific equipment, and additions to the Blue Mage Log.
  • New “Explorer Mode” – This new gameplay mode will allow players to traverse Shadowbringers dungeons without the danger of enemies in order to take screenshots. Players can also summon both mounts and minions within dungeons using this mode to further enhance their screenshots.
  • Performance Action Update – Playable instruments have been expanded to include the violin.
  • Triple Triad Updates – In addition to revised match rules and UI enhancements, new limited-time tournaments will be held, which will also be available via the Duty Finder.
  • Ishgard Restoration Update – The fourth and final stage of the Restoration of the Holy See of Ishgard begins.
  • “Save the Queen” Update – New 24- and 48-player large-scale battle content and the opportunity to further enhance Resistance weapons arrives in the next chapter of this multi-part adventure featuring a scenario written by renowned game designer Yasumi Matsuno (Final Fantasy Tactics, Final Fantasy XII).
  • Adjustments to PvE and PvP actions, updates to Ocean Fishing and Doman Mahjong, treasure hunt dungeon updates, new UI skins, and more.

Activision Have Removed ‘OK’ Hand Gesture From CoD: Modern Warfare/ Warzone

Activision Have silently removed The “OK” hand gesture, added to both Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone earlier this year.

According to Eurogamer and Kotaku the “OK” gesture’s was quietly removed, it’s been absent from both Call of Duty MW and WZ since an update on June 30th. As we’re writing now, neither Activision nor Infinity Ward have directly addressed/made a statement about the hand signal’s absence.

Historically, this particular hand gesture can be traced back to 17th Century Britain. Then, it represented little more than a silent way of conveying understanding. The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) notes that by the 18th Century, the signal adopted the even simpler meaning of the word “okay.” Other cultures around the globe make use of it in a variety of contexts, as well.

The New York Times guide also explained, it has also being over the past couple of years become associated with white supremacists. And yes, that association started as a “troll” from 4chan back in 2017, as some critics of the gesture’s removal from the game have pointed out, yes of course the world/every one of us are in this battle to put an end to racism.

Infinity Ward and Activision have been working on making multiple changes and updates similar to this one since early June, when the police murder of George Floyd raised the world eye balls to address (put an end to) police brutality against Black people (of course Black Lives Matters and always will).