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Final Fantasy 14’s Buried Memory Patch 6.2 includes a release date

And also a consider the Island Sanctuary.

Patch 6.2 for Final Fantasy 14 – named Buried Memory – will release on 23rd August.

The update will put in a fresh batch of story missions, in addition to a farming sim mode called Island Sanctuary.

An epic new trailer for the patch includes a lot of gameplay (and Endwalker story spoilers) from over the update, plus some cute dancing Loporrits – moon bunnies for the uninitiated.

Final Fantasy 14 Patch 6.2 – Buried Memory

The release date news was announced in the most recent Letter from the Producer series.

It gave a glimpse in to the casual, solo Island Sanctuary mode where players can get to assemble materials, plant crops, catch and look after animals (and name them!), landscape the terrain, build facilities, sell crafts, release minions to roam round the island, and much more.

It is also pretty sizeable.

For more cute animals, a weeklong Mogchute Farm livestream will need place from Mudchute Farm in London from 15th – 19th August on the Final Fantasy 14 Twitch channel.

Chocobo in the Island Sanctuary
Just look at that little chocobo!

Elsewhere PvP was discussed, including matching adjustments and the return of Hidden Gorge. The existing season of Crystalline Conflict will close with the release of the new patch, where season three will eventually begin.

Other updates to arrive Patch 6.2 add a new dungeon and trial, a fresh eight-player Pandmonium raid (Abyssos), new variant dungeons, and an extension of the work Support system which allows players to solo duties – now five additional dungeons from the Realm Reborn and Heavensward are included.

Some jobs will additionally see minor adjustments, and both new adorable mounts and housing furnishings are along the way.

You can view the complete Letter from the Producer video on YouTube.

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