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FFXIV Myths of the Realm Raid Details Revealed

Final Fantasy XIV Myths of the Realm Raid new details letter from the producer live Final Fantasy XIV patch 6.1

During a Final Fantasy XIV (FFXIV) Letter from the Producer Live, Producer Naoki Yoshida revealed details about the Myths of the Realm raid. Information about the raid originally appeared in June 2021. However, details regarding the exact content that will appear have been scarce. That said, Square Enix has released a roadmap, which revealed the Myths of the Realm raid will appear through patch 6.1 of FFXIV.

The first part of the Myths of the Realm raid will arrive alongside the release of patch 6.1. Several screenshots of the area in which the raid will take place were shown. These includes several statues of gryphons made out of white stone guarding a mysterious tower.

You can take a look at the image below.

Myths of the Realm FFXIV

The Myths of the Realm raid will be an entirely original story. Unlike previous raid content, like YoRHa: Dark Apocalypse, this raid will be focused entirely on Final Fantasy XIV. This means that the raid will not be a collaboration with another Square Enix IP. It will also not be a collaboration with another entry in the Final Fantasy franchise, like with the Return to Ivalice raid. This raid will specifically focus on the Twelve, which are the deities of Eorzea.

Final Fantasy XIV is immediately available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC. Final Fantasy XIV Patch 6.1 will release sometime in mid-April 2022. The raid immediately available in Endwalker is Pandaemonium, which builds upon the game’s past. Normal and Savage versions are available.

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