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Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival 2021 Merchandise Revealed: Figures, Shirts, Face Masks, & More

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Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival 2021 Merchandise Revealed: Figures, Shirts, Face Masks, & More

Today, following the announcement of the Final Fantasy XIV online fan festival, Square Enix revealed a slew of merchandise.

Today, following the announcement of the Final Fantasy XIV online fan festival, Square Enix revealed a slew of merchandise.

You can find all the available merchandise on the North American, European, and Japanese stores.

Most of the items are in common, but the apparel differs between North America and Europe, and Japan is geting a few items that aren’t going to be available in the west.

Perhaps the most interesting items are minion figures for Y’Shtola, Ryne, and Estinen priced at $59.99 each.

We’re also getting shirts ($27.99) and a hoodie ($47.99), a couple of Face Masks ($11.99) and a dedicated case ($29.99), a “Moogle Treasure Trove” cushion ($34.99), and a notebook set ($16.99).

You can check them all out below. Do keep in mind that if you’re interested in in-game items, a Lunar Whale mount and Final Fantasy IV minions have been revealed earlier today.

The Fan Festival will be livestreamed online for free on May 15 and May 16. It’ll be two days full of content including live concerts, events, and plenty of news about the new expansion, Endwalker.

Earlier today we learned that the next expansion titled “Endwalker” will release fall 2021. You can check out tons of details and the first official screenshots and art.

Yoshida-san also shared many details about the upcoming 5.5 update.

If you’re unfamiliar with Final Fantasy XIV, it’s currently available for PlayStation 4 and PC, and an open beta for the brand new PS5 version will open on April 13 alongside update 5.5. The upgrade will be offered free of charge to those who own the PS4 version.

If you’re interested in the game in general, you can read our latest interview with producer and director Naoki Yoshida, another with composer Masayoshi Soken, and our review of Shadowbringers.

We recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of the advent of Yoshida-san as director and producer.

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