The first post-expansion patch for “Final Fantasy 14: Terminator” was released today, adding a new eight-person team copy and various adjustments and adjustments. When I took a peek at the patch notes, I found something unexpected: Square Enix fixed the damn grape.
If you miss it, the Final Fantasy 14 community will briefly indulge in these low-poly grapes found in the maze, which is one of the expanded new areas you can visit. Some people think grapes are an atrocity, while others (including our own Taylor Corp) think they are great. I’m on Taylor’s side—they are beautiful, blocky, unique polygonal bundles.
However, it seems that all the memes and tweets are enough to attract Square Enix’s attention, because the new patch makes them less thick. Their level of detail is not as good as the infamous 1.0 pots, but their scenes are no longer so harsh. The patch notes are bold enough to call low-poly grapes a problem, claiming that they are “excessively reduced to reduce system memory usage in this area”, but I think if they exist without them they probably won’t change and soon become a joke in the community. .
Their lost rudeness is being mourned Twitter and Redd, This really just shows how quickly players can become attached to the stupidest things, even if they have been urinating for the past two weeks. I am very sad that they also left, but we will always remember OG-you can polish the grape crystal, but it is still grape crystal after all.
Patch 6.01 Some practical and meaningful changes have also been made. The simple and very simple difficulty of the single-player mission “from the cold” has been adjusted after the frustration surrounding the mission structure, making it easier to find certain items you need. The new eight-player raid Pandæmonium brings armor of item level 580, and the problem that caused the game’s sound to be completely interrupted has been fixed. The experience of dungeons from level 81 to level 89 has been increased, and NPCs should no longer randomly float when accompanying you in missions.