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Final Fantasy XIV Famitsu Poll Reveals Emet-Selch as Most Popular Character

Final Fantasy XIV Famitsu Poll Reveals Emet-Selch as Most Popular FFXIV Character

Famitsu has released its results for a Final Fantasy XIV character popularity poll held for its

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March 2022 feature, and Emet-Selch has come out on top. The character popularity poll was part of a questionnaire, which also asked readers what some of their favorite moments in the MMORPG were. Additionally, the Famitsu feature contains several developer interviews, which have alluded to the future of Final Fantasy XIV‘s narrative. That said, the character popularity poll has revealed what Final Fantasy XIV character is most popular among those who answered the questionnaire. [Thanks, aitaikimochi!]

According to the results, Emet-Selch is the most popular Final Fantasy XIV character. Behind him at second place is G’raha Tia, with Haurchefant sitting at third place. Other characters that made it within the top 20 include Alphinaud, Estinien, Ardbert, and Zenos. Again, this only accounts for those who answered the questionnaire. These results potentially do not reflect international readership.

Final Fantasy XIV Producer Naoki Yoshida briefly spoke about the future of the MMORPG in a Letter from the Producer Live. This also included a roadmap of content that will appear through future version updates. Concerning Patch 6.1, new main scenario quests will be available for players. Additionally, a new secret dungeon and Trial will appear through the update.

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

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