Final Fantasy XIV Gender Lock Removed

Final Fantasy XIV Items Gender Lock Removed

Square Enix revealed several items in Final Fantasy XIV would have its gender lock removed. This means that these particular items can be worn regardless of the player character’s gender. Previously, Square Enix removed the gender lock for the wedding outfits in Final Fantasy XIV. While roll out for other items has been relatively slow, a handful of items are now available.

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The complete list of items includes:

  • Spring Straw Hat
  • Spring Dress
  • Spring Skirt
  • Spring Dress Shoes
  • Thavnairian Headdress
  • Thavnairian Bustier
  • Thavnairian Armlets
  • Thavnairian Tights
  • Thavnairian Sandals
  • Housemaid’s Brim
  • Housemaid’s Apron Dress
  • Housemaid’s Wristdresses
  • Housemaid’s Bloomers
  • Housemaid’s Pumps
  • Loyal Housemaid’s Brim
  • Loyal Housemaid’s Apron Dress
  • Loyal Housemaid’s Wristdresses
  • Loyal Housemaid’s Bloomers
  • Loyal Housemaid’s Pumps
  • High House Justaucorps
  • Rainbow Justaucorps
  • Butler’s Monocle
  • Butler’s Jacket
  • Butler’s Gloves
  • Butler’s Slacks
  • Butler’s Gaiters
  • Loyal Butler’s Monocle
  • Loyal Butler’s Jacket
  • Loyal Butler’s Gloves
  • Loyal Butler’s Slacks
  • Loyal Butler’s Gaiters

However, several of these items are exclusive to the Final Fantasy XIV Online Store cash shop. This includes the Loyal Housemaid’s cosmetic set, and the Loyal Butler’s cosmetic set. Costume sets that were released without a gender lock include the Collegiate Attire, which is also exclusive to the Final Fantasy XIV Online Store.

Final Fantasy XIV is available for the PS4, PS5, and PC. Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker will release on December 7, 2021. Endwalker Early Access is immediately available.


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