Final Fantasy XIV Online is now Collaborating with Yo-Kai Watch

Published: August 19, 2020 9:31 AM /


Final Fantasy XIV

Final Fantasy XIV Online is now hosting a collaboration event with Yo-Kai Watch, which is called Gather One, Gather All, which returns to the game "bigger and better than ever".

 Players will be able to obtain new rewards such as new Yo-Kai themed minions, weapons, and even a mount. Players will have to be level 15 in order to be eligible and participate in the event, and this includes those who are utilizing the recently expanded Free Trial. In total there are 17 minions (including fan favorites such as Jibanyan and newcomers such as Damona) and 17 Yo-Kai weapons to earn.

This event has run before, so in addition to all the goodies you could earn from the prior iteration of the event you can earn four new Yo-Kai minions and new Yo-kai weapons for Samurai, Dancer, Red Mage, and Gunbreaker that can be earned by both veterans and newbies. Those who earn all minions and weapons will be able to collect three additional mounts, including the new Jibanyan mount.

The event will run from today at 1:00 AM PDT (so it's already running) to the released of Patch 5.4... which is coming eventually. So it could be a long running event. In order to start the event off, players will need to talk to the "poor-heeled youth" at the Steps of Nald (X:9.2 Y:9.1), and upon completing the quest players will receive a Yo-kai Watch and Yo-kai medallion to obtain Yo-kai Medals.

If you want to know more, be sure to go to the event page here.

What do you think of this news? Have you been playing Final Fantasy XIV Online? If so, are you looking forward to participating in this event? Let us know in the comments!

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