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Final Fantasy XIV Eorzea Collection 2021 Coming in August Pre-Orders Open in Japan

Final Fantasy XIV Eorzea Collection 2021
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Final Fantasy XIV Eorzea Collection 2021 Coming in August Pre-Orders Open in Japan

Square Enix is about to release another Final Fantasy XIV Eorzea Collection in Japan, focusing on the fashion and furniture of the game.

Square Enix is about to release another Final Fantasy XIV Eorzea Collection in Japan.

The popular recurring mook (a publication similar to a magazine but intended to be sold in libraries like a book) will be released in Japan on August 3 and pre-orders are already open.

The price is 2,200 yen including taxes (which translates approximately into $20) and if you’re interested, Amazon Japan ships it to quite a few international destinations.

It’s basically a big catalog of all the equipment and outfits released in the game since July 2019 and all of the furniture items.

Basically, if you want to see all the outfits that your character can wear and all the ways you can decorate your house (which is the true endgame), this is the publication for you.

Eorzea Collection 2021 will also include images of outfits and interior decoration assembled by selected players.

Below you can see the cover and a sample of pages. With 256 pages, it’s pretty thick.

Incidentally, the new Final Fantasy XIV expansion Endwalker will release on November 23, 2021 for PS5, PS4, and PC.

If you want to see more about it, you can check out the reveal of the extended trailer and the reaper job, and that of the male viera, locations, and release date.

You can also take a look at plenty of brand-new official screenshots and art, the original announcementtons of initial details, and the first official screenshots and art.

If you’re unfamiliar with Final Fantasy XIV, it’s currently available for PlayStation 4, PS5, and PC. The upgrade to PS5 is offered free of charge to those who own the PS4 version.

You can also 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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