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FFXIV Endwalker Raid release time, plus first patch incoming.

New content is about to start dropping for Endwalker. Here are some upcoming dates for your diary

Updated: Dec 19, 2021 7:39 pm
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We are big fans of the Endwalker expansion here at WePC and scored it pretty highly in our review earlier this month. Now we can bring you news of the first raid and also the 6.01 patch all due to land at the same time.

The raid is titled Pandaemonium so let’s see what we know about it so far starting with the normal difficulty of the raid landing first, followed a fortnight later by the savage difficulty version.

FFXIV Endwalker Raid release time

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Both the patch and the raid will be released on December 21 at 2:00 AM PST / 5:00 AM EST / 10:00 AM GMT so you only have a couple of days to wait and it will set you up nicely with something to do if you have any time off during the upcoming festive period.

FFXIV Endwalker maintenance – how long will the game be down for?

We are hearing the game will be down for a full eight hours prior to release to give the devs time to iron everything out, and with the ridiculous queue times players have had to face, we are hoping that things actually improve on that front and don’t get worse with more people trying to get in to sample the new content.

FFXIV Endwalker upcoming Roadmap

There are several dates you need to keep an eye on in the coming weeks to keep on top of patches and events that are forthcoming. Get your diary ready.

  • December 21: Patch 6.01 /normal difficulty Pandaemonium raid
  • Around December 31 – January 18: Heavensturn event
  • January 4: Patch 6.05 / savage difficulty Pandaemonium raid.
  • Late January: All Saints’ Wake event

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