Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood for PlayStation 4

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood

Jun 20, 2017

Downloadble Content

This game requires the base game Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn to play.

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Content Rating: Teen


From the mightiest of mountains to the darkest of depths, adventurers have braved all manner of dangers for want of spoils and glory. In an endeavor to bring ever richer experiences to the intrepid heroes of Eorzea, two esteemed guest creators have been invited to partake in creating harrowing new challenges for the realm's bravest adventurers.

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Chris CarterJun 21, 2017
After playing the reborn Final Fantasy XIV for nearly three years, each expansion feels like a game of give and take. They're very good, but tend to fall into the same routine as the base game. That's not so much of an issue if that routine is a winning one.
Leif JohnsonJun 30, 2017
Stormblood doesn't do much to shake up the general design Final Fantasy XIV has followed since its relaunch, but never before have its familiar elements worked quite so well. You'll find some boring sidequests, yes, but it makes up for that flaw with an unforgettable story filled with moving cutscenes and acting, great new primal fights and dungeons, two wonderful new combat classes, and new lands that reward the explorer in us all.
Caitlin ArgyrosMay 17, 2020
Ultimately, I found Stormblood to be something of a letdown after the brilliance of Heavensward. It's still a good expansion in its own right, and I loved the vast majority of the instanced content (particularly the trials and raids), but the uneven main story, dull new zones, and some of the lackluster music means that it doesn't quite reach the bar set by its predecessor.