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Final Fantasy XIV‘s 4.35 update has arrived on PlayStation 4 and PC, bringing with it new missions and a new Deep Dungeon.

From today, players will be able to take on the brand-new Deep Dungeon called Heaven-on-High. Deep Dungeons offer players 100 floors of monsters to fight through using a separate character progression system.

“Rising high above the Ruby Sea from the island of Onokoro, Heaven-on-High is said to be the stairway traversed by kami descending from their empyrean home,” the Deep Dungeon’s description reads. “Following the discovery of a secret entrance, the Confederate leader Rasho asks you to investigate the tower and brave the hordes of vile fiends that lurk within.”

Players also have some new Hildibrand Adventures to sink their teeth into.

In other news, Monster Hunter: World producer Ryozo Tsujimoto revealed during an episode of Monster Hunter Radio (via Gematsu) that the previously announced Final Fantasy XIV and Monster Hunter: World crossover event will take place in August. During the event players of both games will be able to take on new enemies and collect new cosmetic items.

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Final Fantasy XIV’s 4.35 update arrives, Monster Hunter event in August

Square Enix has released a new update for its MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV.

By Matthew Bennett | 07/5/2018 10:20 AM PT

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Final Fantasy XIV‘s 4.35 update has arrived on PlayStation 4 and PC, bringing with it new missions and a new Deep Dungeon.

From today, players will be able to take on the brand-new Deep Dungeon called Heaven-on-High. Deep Dungeons offer players 100 floors of monsters to fight through using a separate character progression system.

“Rising high above the Ruby Sea from the island of Onokoro, Heaven-on-High is said to be the stairway traversed by kami descending from their empyrean home,” the Deep Dungeon’s description reads. “Following the discovery of a secret entrance, the Confederate leader Rasho asks you to investigate the tower and brave the hordes of vile fiends that lurk within.”

Players also have some new Hildibrand Adventures to sink their teeth into.

In other news, Monster Hunter: World producer Ryozo Tsujimoto revealed during an episode of Monster Hunter Radio (via Gematsu) that the previously announced Final Fantasy XIV and Monster Hunter: World crossover event will take place in August. During the event players of both games will be able to take on new enemies and collect new cosmetic items.

Read More


About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89