FFXIV: Stormblood Takes On More Western Designs And Fashions


Final Fantasy XIV itself is an online role-playing game, the game is now being lavish, realistic renders of modern and fantasy environments. Looking back on the history of Final Fantasy XIV, the art of Final Fantasy games has changed drastically in its history. In the coming year, Square Enix, the developers behind the Final Fantasy series, will be releasing an art book for Final Fantasy XIV’s expansion Stormblood. Concerning more news and tips about this game, to get more information through here.

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Final Fantasy XIV is a unique world. The art book, featuring Namae’s art and the work of other artists on Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood, focuses on how the expansion took elements from Western design and fashion and interpreted it. While many characters in Final Fantasy XIV do typically start life as a part of the story, with Namae working with known backgrounds (such as in Yotsuyu and Lyse) to create a unique design, some characters can be made in reverse.

Namae works specifically on designing the characters’ outfits. From the non-player characters who make up the story as computer-controlled people to the many options for a player’s armour and attire. In Lyse, Namae wanted to represent her nationality in some way, meaning both her original and “adventuring” outfits are adorned with feather-like metal, to represent the griffin that sits upon her national flag.

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood takes on more Western designs and fashions, and it’s going to be shown off in Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood | Art of the Revolution -Western Memories in 2018 with concept art and character renders. The most recent expansion to Final Fantasy XIV was called Stormblood, and focused heavily on two characters that Namae worked on: Lyse Hext and Yotsuyu. There is no doubt that Final Fantasy XIV Gil for sale with low-priced and fast at FFXIV4Gil.