The season of sun and fun has made its way back to RIFT! Summerfest kicked off on July 3rd, and through the 23rd all players can enjoy the returning Scavenger Hunt quests, new companions and items, a new zone event and dimension, and more!
Earlier today, Trion Worlds revealed RIFT's second expansion, titled Nightmare Tide. Slated to release later in 2014, players will be able to adventure beyond Telara and enter the Plane of Water itself. New story quests, five addition levels (taking the cap to 65), more artifacts to collect, new inventory slots and more will be waiting in these abyssal depths.
Hello and welcome to the sixteenth edition of the Eorzea Examiner, ZAM’s column on Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn. For this week’s column, we're going to take a look at the recently released MMO from Carbine Studios, WildStar. This one's going to be different than when we looked at The Elder Scrolls Online earlier this year; I won't be trying to help anyone choose between the two. Instead, we're going to look at WildStar as inspiration for changes in FFXIV. While the games themselves are quite different, some systems could still be used or modified to improve things for everyone here in Eorzea.
RIFT: Binding of Blood (Patch 2.7) has launched on all servers. The update introduces four new souls to the game, new quests explaining the story behind the new souls, and several upgrades to the UI.
The latest RIFT update is on the horizon and with it comes a plethora of additional features and changes worthy of any Ascended of Telara. On May 7th, prepare to enter RIFT Update 2.7: Binding of Blood.
RIFT will be introducing four new souls in its 2.7 Update. The final one to get a formal introduction is a defensive Mage tank soul: the Arbiter. Previous reveals include the Rogue: Physician, Warrior: Liberator and Cleric: Oracle souls.
Our Soul reveals conclude (for now!) with the Arbiter – a Mage tank who weaves wind, lightning, and ice into defensive abilities on par with the best in Telara.
RIFT will be introducing four new souls in its 2.7 Update. The third to get a formal introduction is a Rogue healing soul: the Physician. Previous reveals included the Warrior: Liberator and Cleric: Oracle souls.
The first new Souls since Storm Legion make landfall in RIFT 2.7, an update with expansion-level features that (among other things) enable characters from each Calling to play every role in the game!
Read on to meet the Physician, a main-healing Soul for Rogues, and stay tuned for a first look at the new Mage!