Final Fantasy XIV Estinien Wyrmblood

Final Fantasy XIV CGI Artwork of Estinien Wyrmblood Shared

Square Enix shared CGI artwork of Estinien Wyrmblood from Final Fantasy XIV. The artwork features the Azure Dragoon as he appears in the Endwalker expansion. It presents him alongside a significant story character, who also appeared in the Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker cinematic trailer. Those looking to avoid spoilers may want to avoid looking at the render.

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Estinien is one of several characters that can be used in Final Fantasy XIV‘s Trust system. This means the character can accompany the player through various dungeons, specifically within the Endwalker expansion. Previously, he was an important character in the Heavensward expansion. You can take a look at the CGI artwork of Estinien below.

A Final Fantasy XIV Letter from the Producer Live detailed various changes that will appear through patch 6.1. This included updates to the Trust system, which will be renamed to Duty Support. Additionally, a handful of dungeons and Trials will be added to the Duty Support system. This includes dungeons and Trials from A Realm Reborn. The Live Letter also teased that this system will potentially be implemented for content available in the Heavensward expansion. However, there is no exact date as to when this could appear.

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

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