Square Enix announced Final Fantasy XIV Online GO two days ago, a mobile application that will allow us to collect resources for use in Final Fantasy XIV Online.
This app will use our geolocation to transform real world places into material collection points, to which we will have to go mobile in hand to obtain the relevant resources. Final Fantasy XIV Online GO is designed to encourage players to go out on the street and continue to obtain resources for the game without having to be in front of a PlayStation or PC. In the words of Haimrich Fischer, vice president of innovation at Square Enix, “the important thing is freedom.”
In addition to the application, Square Enix has taken the opportunity to announce a special accessory that serves as a peak to collect resources, a gardener’s ax or a fisherman’s rod. Harvesting Stick, name that receives this tool, will provide us an increase in the percentage of probabilities in the collection of our resources, although aesthetically it does not stop being a conventional selfie stick.
“This is the most immersive experience of an MMORPG for players of all levels, and an essential accessory for any gathering enthusiast,” said Adalberta Gardner, chief designer of Amajina Apps. More FFXIV news please keep eyes on FFXIV4GIL.COM which would devote to offer amounts of cheap Final Fantasy XIV Gil online.
Both by name and functionality, Final Fantasy XIV Online GO undeniably reminds Pokemon GO, a ball that was developed and distributed by Niantic almost 2 years ago and that revolutionized the sector. Despite these similarities, the initials GO of the application of Final Fantasy XIV Online come from the words Gathering Outdoors.
Final Fantasy XIV Online is available on PlayStation 4 and PC, although the idea of the arrival of the game to Xbox One and Nintendo Switch could become in the near future in reality after the statements of Naoki Yoshida in June last year, who showed interest in the possible arrival of the game to Microsoft and Nintendo platforms. Below you will find the trailer with which it has been announced: