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MessageSujet: Interview Yoshida by Time magazine   Mer 15 Avr - 10:31

Vous pourrez la trouver ici :

Je cite juste quelque passages qui ont l'air plutôt intéressant :

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The three new classes introduced in Heavensward, the Dark Knight, Astrologian and Machinist maintain the concept of the MMO holy trinity of a tank, healer and dps. Are there any plans in the future to branch out from this paradigm to include hybrid classes, such as the dps/healer Dancer class from Final Fantasy XI, or other non-traditional roles?

Of course, I won’t say that it would never happen in the future, but in party situations, hybrid roles can become either be too overpowering or very difficult to use, and it can lead to imbalance. Final Fantasy XIV’s core concept is to have the freedom to play each role through the Armoury System, so we may explore new directions through a skill tree, in which the player’s job will be determined by what actions have been obtained. Needless to say these won’t be immediate changes, but we will continue to work on creating jobs that are in line with Final Fantasy in a system that is very much like Final Fantasy. The red mage is one of my favorites, after all…

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We are already creating a new attraction for Patch 3.1

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By the way, it seems there’s a big demand from our players for “snowboarding” in the Gold Saucer (laugh). Outside of video games, I love snowboarding, so it would be great if I can make that a reality. I may have players start with crafting their own snowboards first, though.

et c'est HS à la news mais pour les hardcores kikigamers (qui regardent les parses de lucrezia toute les semaines), oui oui y'en a dans la guilde vous vous reconnaitrez :

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