The Final Fantasy XIV And XVI Crossover Event Is Live And Features New Storyline, Clive's Outfit, Torgal, And More

The Final Fantasy XIV And XVI Crossover Event Is Live And Features New Storyline, Clive's Outfit, Torgal, And More

Thanks to a new crossover event between FFXIV and FFXVI, players can now make their Warrior of Light look like Clive and even ride atop his trusty dog companion, Torgal. Plus, the crossover contains a new story questline for FFXIV, orchestration rolls to collect that feature songs from FFXVI, and an adorable puppy Torgal minion. 

Dubbed The Path Infernal, Square Enix says, “At the conjunction of two stars does the tale begin” between FFXIV and FFXVI. And the crossover is now live as of yesterday, April 2. You have until Wednesday, May 8, to complete the questline, which begins with A Land on Fire. In order to partake in this questline, your Warrior of Light must be Level 50 and you have to have completed the main scenario quest, The Ultimate Weapon; or, in other words, you have to complete the main story of A Realm Reborn. 

After that, head to Ul’Dah – Steps of Nald (X: 8.8, Y: 9.8) to accept A Land on Fire and begin your adventure with Clive. 

Completing this questline gets your Warrior of Light the full regalia of Clive. That includes the Metian Vest, Metian Guantlets, Metian Chausses, and Metian Sollerets. 

You also receive both the Torgal Whistle, which allows you to ride a grown version of Torgal as a mount in FFXIV, and the Torgal Pup minion. 

After completing the crossover questline and obtaining these items, there’s still more to collect: 

The FFXIV x FFXVI crossover event is now live in FFXIV and runs until May 8. For more information about it, read the full details here.

Are you hopping into FFXIV to partake in this crossover event? Let us know in the comments below!

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