FFXIV's patch 6.3 marks what is likely the midway point in the Endwalker expansion's post-launch content cycle. Further building on August's patch 6.2, its release date should bring quite a few new activities to dive into, including new raiding content and more.
Final Fantasy 14's patch 6.3 is set to bring the Containment Bay P1T6 unreal trial alongside the new Lapis Manalis dungeon, challenging PvE-minded players. The Duty support system will also be expanded to cover more dungeons from the Heavensward expansion, and we might also see a fresh set of job adjustments across both PvE and PvP.
FFXIV Patch 6.3 Release Date
Similar patches from past expansions launched after four to six months after the x.2 update went live. Publisher Square Enix has confirmed that the FFXIV patch 6.3 release date is slated to occur on January 10, 2023.
- FFXIV patch 6.3 release date: January 10, 2023
That is when the Myths of the Realm, Part 2: Euphrosyne Alliance raid dungeon is also set to launch, alongside new main scenario quests which see the Warrior of Light encountering a half-voidsent woman named Zero.
The Gold Saucer is getting a new course for Leap of Faith in FF14's patch 6.3, while island sanctuary updates and new custom deliveries have also been confirmed.
Cosmetic items collectors aren't left behind either, as they'll have a set of new mounts, pets, and emotes to chase.
This should make for an interesting start to the year for the MMO's players, who'll have plenty of fresh content to delve through. You can learn more about the patch by visiting its special site, which is now live.
If you're all about specifics, you can now also check out the patch notes detailing the upcoming changes and content additions alongside the expansions you need to have purchased in order to access them.
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