Final Fantasy XIV Team Shares News Regarding COVID-19 and it impact on development

Final Fantasy XIV Producer as well as Director, Naoki Yoshida, has actually offered some highlights on the impact COVID-19 has actually had on development including that Patch 5.3 will be delayed.

Yoshida points out numerous reasons for this effect, consisting of:

  • Postponed shipment of visual properties as a result of the lockdown of cities in East Asia, North America, and Europe.
  • Postponed voice recording because of the lockdown of cities in Europe.
  • Delays to development jobs executed by Tokyo staff because of work-from-home/shelter-in-place restrictions.
  • Production as well as QA groups running well below typical ability due to work-from-home/shelter-in-place constraints.

He also says that patch 5.3 will certainly be postponed as a result of these factors. The team does not know yet just how long time the hold-up will certainly be, whether 2 to 3 weeks or approximately a month. Servers will certainly be kept from home, while GM assistance might take longer to react. Bugs repairs might be challenging to apply due to this circumstances too.

“In some cases, we may have difficulty implementing bug fixes or maintenance for issues that occur. If that happens, we will post a notification of the issue, and implement the fix as soon as we are able, so we ask for your patience in the meantime.”

Yoshida ensures that the team is doing great while finishing on a confident note.

“While many of us worldwide remain inside our homes, we should remember to let joy and laughter fill them?because in times like these, it’s especially important to find happiness where you can.”

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