Square Enix has just rolled out some more of what it called ‘Optional Items’ for its popular Final Fantasy XIV. This time, the released items are allegedly going to get the gaming studio a lot of money.
These Optional Items are basically optional products for the game. They include cosmetic or convenience microtransactions that comprise numerous clothing sets that are rather popular and loved by many players in the Final Fantasy community.
Numerous players are excited to play female characters they have been requesting for a while now. The new outfit worn by Y’shtola in the recent Shadowbringers installment is also amazing addition gamers love. Square Enix made the outfit available for $12, with an individual purchase having a price tag of $3 for her staff, Nighseeker.
The Sorceress Costume
Final Fantasy XIV fans can, therefore, now purchase the “Brave New Y’shtola Attire” from the Mog Station. Y’shtola replaces her white clothing with something darker when she immerses into the dark arts in the latest installment of the game.
The brave new outfit complements the character’s mastery of the dark arts, and it is one that fans have been requested ever since the third expansion of the game was launched in the summer of 2019.
At first, the costume seems to be simple and sleek, but it is one of the most filled with details outfits in the game, starting with the fur lining to the complex layering of skirt trims.
In addition, the Sorceress outfit comprises a lot of it, but most likely, a lot of Glamour fans will acquire the set only to have the boots.
The Brave New Y’shtola Attire includes of these pieces:
- Scion Sorceress’ Headdress
- Scion Sorceress’ Robe
- Scion Sorceress’ Shadowtalons
- Scion Sorceress’ High Boots.
Final Fantasy XIV is currently available for PlayStation 4 and PC. Last month, Xbox chief Phil Spencer promised fans to bring the title to Xbox One as well.
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