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Square Enix to Allow Co-Streaming of FFXIV Letter from the Producer LIVE

FFXIV Letter from the Producer Live Co-Streaming

Square Enix announced it will allow co-streaming of the FFXIV Letter from the Producer LIVE scheduled for February 18, 2022. The broadcast will have live interpretation from Japanese to English. It will also feature a Q&A segment with the developers about the Endwalker expansion. However, the broadcast will most notably feature information regarding what the next 10 years of the MMORPG will potentially look like. The Letter from the Producer LIVE will be available to watch through YouTube, Twitch, and Japanese streaming platform NicoNico.

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Again, Square Enix will allow co-streaming of FFXIV Letter from the Producer LIVE. This means that users will be able to live stream the event through platforms like YouTube and Twitch without any repercussions. Leading up to the stream, players can submit questions for the broadcast’s Q&A segment through a dedicated thread found on the official Final Fantasy XIV forums.

In January 2022, Final Fantasy XIV Producer Naoki Yoshida revealed that information regarding Patch 7.0 would appear sometime in February 2022. However, he did not specify what details would potentially be revealed. Additionally, Yoshida shared that certain characters would have more significance to the story moving forward. Notably, the future story will focus more on Krile and Thancred.

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

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