How to Unlock the Ihuykatumu Dungeon in FFXIV Dawntrail
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How to Unlock the Ihuykatumu Dungeon in FFXIV Dawntrail

With a new expansion comes new dungeons, and Final Fantasy XIV Dawntrail is no exception. This expansion will see you diving into the verdant jungles of Tural and navigating the tempestuous rivers that run through these vibrant locations. This guide will tell you everything you need to know to unlock the Ihuykatumu in FFXIV Dawntrail.

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How to Unlock the Ihuykatumu Dungeon in FFXIV Dawntrail

In order to unlock Ihuykatumu you must meet the following requirements:

  • Have one Job Class to Level 91
  • Complete the Main Scenario Quest “The Success of Others” at 11.0, 15.0 in Tuliyollal
  • Accept the Main Scenario Quest “For All Turali”

Thankfully, upon completing “The Success of Others,” you will immediately be given the Main Scenario Quest “For All Turali.” Wuk Lamat will give you this quest after speaking to Fonjeantaine.

You can choose to go into Ihuyatumu with other players, or with NPCs. The available NPCs include Krile, Alisae, Alphinaud, and Wuk Lamat. These characters will fill the role of other players, and if you’re a bit nervous going through the dungeon for your very first time, I suggest using the Trust System to do so. Either way, this dungeon is an introduction as to what you can expect from content in Dawntrail, so enjoy!

Final Fantasy XIV is immediately available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC. The Dawntrail expansion is available in Early Access, with the full release to appear on July 2, 2023. If you want to know how to redeem your Early Access codes, you can read about that here.

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