Today Square Enis announced the return of the Moogle Treasure Trove event to its ultra-popular MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV.
Players are prompted to collect irregular tomestones of mendacity by completing duties associated with the event and exchange them with the itinerant moogles, who will be happy to provide rewards including the coveted Porxie Earrings.
You can find the list of duties and reward items on the official website. You can participate by doing a number of instanced dungeons and raids from the Alexander series. Among the prizes, besides the aforementioned Porxie Earrings, you can find several mounts, hairstyles, emotes, furniture, gear, riding maps, Triple Triad cards, pets, Orchestrion rolls, and more.
The event starts on April 24 and will last until the launch of update 6.4, which will come in late May with the title "The Dark Throne" but doesn't have a specific release date yet. You can read more about the content of the update on our dedicated article.
If you're not familiar with Final Fantasy XIV, it's currently available for PS5, PS4, and PC both on Steam and via stand-alone client. The game is one of the most popular MMORPGs on currently available the planet, having pulled a basically miraculous recovery with its relaunch as "A Realm Reborn" in 2013 after its original release in 2010.
After its fourth expansion "Endwalker," it currently counts 27 million registered accounts worldwide. The game just received update 6.38 which should be the last of the 6.3 cycle. The English localization of the Final Fantasy XIV: Eorzea Academy Manga by Esora Amaichi has also been announced by Square Enix a few weeks ago.
Square Enix also just made the Stormblood expansion accessible for a limited time with no additional purchase required to those who own the Starter Edition, while producer and director Naoki Yoshida shared his ambitions for the future of the game during a recent event at PAX East.