Naoki Yoshida, the sport director and producer of Last Fantasy XIV has launched an announcement following the now tarnished world first away from The Omega Protocol (Final). The assertion addressed allegations of utilizing unfair play, third-party instruments, and the official recognition of the world first race. The assertion was posted on FFXIV’s official Lodestone website, linked from FFXIV’s Twitter

Within the assertion, Yoshida, higher referred to as Yoshi P, explains that an investigation is now underway into the usage of third-party instruments throughout the world first away from TOP by UNNAMED_. Yoshi P additionally repeatedly reiterated that the official stance of himself and others inside Sq. Enix is that third-party instruments are prohibited. The put up went up to now to hyperlink again to 3 earlier statements outlining the coverage.

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Moreover, Yoshi P revealed that the post-clear cutscene of TOP had additionally been leaked, and that “footage that isn’t potential to report on the general public sport servers.” These leaks additionally passed off throughout the Dragonsong’s Reprise (Final), which Yoshida acknowledges. 

However in maybe essentially the most reducing a part of the assertion, Yoshida states: “I, as a gamer, am cheering on everybody who’s studying this content material by trial and error and placing within the effort to clear” reiterating that they launch the content material after testing with the brink that it may be cleared with out the usage of third-party instruments. Yoshi P additionally added that “if the presumption is that this content material will likely be tackled and cleared with the usage of third-party instruments, then any motive to develop high-difficulty battle content material appears to be misplaced.” A darkish sentiment that implies that SE might lose curiosity in releasing high-end content material if this type of dishonest continues.

Nonetheless, in the identical assertion, Yoshida additionally hinted that there’s some dialogue happening internally about formally supporting the world first race. And on condition that the previous two and probably three world firsts have been tampered with, some type of moderation would positively be appreciated.

In the end Yoshida ended the piece with a ultimate message to those that would use third-party instruments, stating that if a world first staff used them “I, on the very least, won’t acknowledge that staff because the true World First.”

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