The whole setup of Final Fantasy XIV had come full circle, additionally, the new dungeons is linked to the storyline, althought you don’t have to do a lot of heavy lifting to get to this part. There are major storyline revelations to be had, mostly in the ending cutscene, you probably already know who the final boss is, but just to be on the safe side.The previously main patch brings with it more scenario quests, like three new dungeons, Wanderer’s Palace Hard, World of Darkness raid, a battle against the primal Odin.
Today, thanks to Netflix, Japan’s unique Final Fantasy XIV-based drama is making its way to the rest of the world. Daddy of Light isn’t really an adaptation of the hit MMO — it’s a live-action show that focuses on a father and son who play the game together.
In fact, it’s not the first Japanese drama Netflix has picked up — the service also carries popular shows like Hibana: Spark — but it’s still a good get, given the power of the Final Fantasy brand. And yes, it does seem like it’ll keep the Daddy of Light moniker when it heads to the West.
The son gives his gamer dad a copy of Final Fantasy XIV for PlayStation 4 and some game time cards as a gift. As the father gets into the game, the son joins him online, helping him through FFXIV without revealing his true identity. The son wrote the blog, detailing his experiences with his unknowing dad.