Final Fantasy XIV and Monster Hunter World Are Crossing Over This Summer

Final Fantasy XIV and Monster Hunter World Are Crossing Over This Summer

FFXIV players are going to kill the hell out of some monsters.

Final Fantasy XIV players might not have been expecting much from today's Square Enix press conference stream, but there were still hints of something interesting. At the end of a teaser trailer for Patch 4.3, Under the Moonlight, a familiar furry friend appeared. Not a Moogle, though!

Monster Hunter World's Palico showed up behind a Samurai, pointing to a new pet for players to acquire. But how would they acquire it? Perhaps by defeating the Rathian that flew over the Azim Steppe in the trailer? Details are pretty light at the moment.

We do know the Final Fantasy XIV x Monster Hunter World crossover event will be happening this Summer.

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Mike Williams

Reviews Editor

M.H. Williams is new to the journalism game, but he's been a gamer since the NES first graced American shores. Third-person action-adventure games are his personal poison: Uncharted, Infamous, and Assassin's Creed just to name a few. If you see him around a convention, he's not hard to spot: Black guy, glasses, and a tie.

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