Noctis comes to Final Fantasy 14 today

The Final Fantasy 14 and Final Fantasy XV crossover event is now live. The hero of Final Fantasy XV, Noctis, has journeyed to Hydaelyn with the Regalia. From today until May 27, 2019, players can have Noctis join them in battle against “magitek infantry, magitek armour, and even the Messenger, Garuda, hailing from Eos.”

As part of the Final Fantasy 14/XV crossover event, players are able to access a range of special rewards. These include;

  • The Regalia Mount – Noctis’ faithful car will be the first ever four-person mount in the game
  • Noctis’ Hairstyle and Outfit – dress-up as the hero of FINAL FANTASY XV
  • Noctis Lucis Caelum Triple Triad Card – for use in Triple Triad matches across Hydaelyn
  • Various Orchestrion Rolls – featuring music from FINAL FANTASY XV

The new event is called A Nocturne for Heroes.

Noctis Final Fantasy 14

To take part in the event, players will need to have reached level 50 and have completed the quest The Ultimate Weapon. If you meet the requirements, you can head to Kipih Jakkya in Ul’dah on the Steps of Nald. 

She’s searching for the truth behind some strange rumours and will set you off to assist her. 

After this special event with Noctis in Final Fantasy 14 has finished, it won’t be long before the Shadowbringers expansion launches. 

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
I've been playing games for the past 27 years and have been writing for almost as long. Combining two passions in the way I'm able is a true privilege. PowerUp! is a labour of love and one I am so excited to share.

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