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Dev Blog: Another XIV Hrs., Part 2 - News

Posted by Xenor Vernix on Aug 21, 2015 - 21:23.

FFXIV News - Dev Blog: Another XIV Hrs., Part 2

Today we have another FFXIV: Heavensward article from the dev blog for you to read. We have quoted the new info below.


Greetings, everyone!
Camate here with more insight on what you can expect to see during the 14-hour stream that kicks off tonight!

■Challenge Accepted! Featuring Assistant Director Hiroshi Takai

Following his antics from last year, Takai will be going through another challenge! Will he make a return on his trusty mechanical steed? And what kind of trial will he need to overcome?

■Challenge Accepted! Featuring Knee-Soken

Insisting that Takai not be the only one, Sound Director Soken also accepted a challenge of his own this year. Look forward to finding out what he will be up to.

■Japanese Community Stream Episode 4

The Japanese community stream that debuted during Nico Nico Chokaigi this year with "Episode 0" will be reaching its fourth episode. They'll be catching up on various community-related topics and even sharing some fun facts about aetherytes. (We'll be sure to share these facts on a future Duty Commenced!)

■Saitou versus Yoshi-P

The grand finale of the 14-hour broadcast will feature a talk between Yosuke Saitou, the producer for Dragon Quest X: Online (also known as Yosu-P), and our very own Yoshi-P. I wonder what kind of topics will be discussed!
(The alcohol is prepped and waiting for consumption!)

The two-year 14-hour broadcast blasts off tonight at 8:00 p.m. PDT, and Letter from the Producer LIVE Part XXIV airs soon after at 9:30 p.m. PDT. You won't want to miss out on all the fun!

The times for each program can be found on the details page, so set your schedule accordingly!



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