In the event you’re an everyday follower of how Final Fantasy XIV does its patch notes, you then possible know the drill by now: First it’s the preliminary patch notes, after which it’s the total notes, the latter of which have been shared online. This set of notes presents a bit extra perception into a couple of of the upcoming modifications that weren’t already lined earlier than, together with some changes to the Warrior and a few main tweaks to the Astrologian.
In different FFXIV information, members of the MMORPG subreddit are pondering the decision to suspend a streamer’s account for vulgar feedback made on Twitch. The associated part of the sport’s ToS relating to “generally offensive content of any kind” is a bit obscure (with exception to racism, sexism, and homophobia), and even followers on FFXIV’s subreddit are crying foul.
One of many extra reasoned replies on the /r/MMORPG thread comes from a Redditor who claims to have labored as a mod and customer support rep for a number of MMOs, explaining that the reasoning for the ban not being mentioned in chat is often on account of a follow-up e mail that has additional particulars, however the query of when GMs can apply bans to accounts and on what platforms they’re allowed to take action stays a dialogue level. And contemplating FFXIV is down for 24-hour maintenance, there’s nothing however time for dialogue. And “dialogue.”