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    Sq. Enix updates grapes in Closing Fantasy 14

    IGN reported that the newest patch notes for Closing Fantasy 14 included a technical enchancment that may make many very unhappy. In Patch 6.01, many quality-of-life enhancements have been made, however probably the most noteworthy one is in altering the notorious low-poly grapes present in growth Endwalker.

    Initially discovered within the early days of the growth’s launch, the grapes, which appear like crystals with a grape sample printed on them, immediately turned an web sensation, with many memes spawning from the graceful fruits. In addition they spawned a debate about particulars in AAA video games, with some avid gamers calling the grapes lazy, whereas many builders defended the grape crystals as saving treasured sources that assist make the remainder of the sport run easily.

    Even the official Closing Fantasy 14 Twitter account appeared to be in on the joke.

    The patch replaces the grape crystals with plump bunches of grapes, wanting technically extra like precise grapes but eradicating a chunk of the soul of the sport. Pour one out for the low-poly grapes, everybody.

    Ever because the newest growth Endwalker launched, Closing Fantasy 14’s servers have been hammered with lengthy queue instances, prompting Sq. Enix to suspend gross sales and free trials briefly. That’s the value you pay for being immensely popular, it appears. And the sport nonetheless hasn’t come to Xbox, although there’s nothing stopping it from happening.

    Closing Fantasy 14 is now out there for PS4, PS5, and PC. Endwalker can also be now out there, although stepping into the sport now could be a dicey proposition at finest.

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