Final Fantasy 14 Valentine's Day Event Begins February 10

FFXIV's Valentine's Day and Little Ladies' Day seasonal events are being combined into one big celebration this year.


Final Fantasy XIV's next seasonal event is set to kick off next week. The MMO's Valentine's Day and Little Ladies' Day celebrations are being combined into one event this year, and it'll feature a new questline to complete and seasonal rewards to unlock.

The event begins at 12 AM PT / 3 AM ET on February 10 and runs until 6:59 AM PT / 9:59 AM PT on March 8. To participate in the event quest, A Delivery of Love, you'll need to speak to Lisette de Valentione in Old Gridania. You'll also need to be at least level 15 and have completed the Gridanian Envoy, Ul'dahn Envoy, or Lominsan Envoy story quests before you can participate.

You'll be able to earn two special items as part of the event: the Lovely Moogle Cap headgear and the Stuffed Kupka Kupp tabletop decoration, both of which you can take a look at below. You'll have until the end of the event to complete the seasonal quests and unlock these items. You'll also have another chance to purchase some items from past years in the Seasonal Shop.

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As usual, cities will be adorned with seasonal decorations throughout the event. This year, however, Square Enix says the decorations will vary between cities. Each town's residential district will also have different decorations as the event progresses. Valentine's Day decorations will be up from February 10-21, while Little Lady's Day decorations will be up from February 21 to March 8.

In the meantime, Square Enix will be hosting a Final Fantasy XIV Announcement Showcase tomorrow, February 5. Although the publisher hasn't shared many details about that broadcast yet, it's likely to give us our first look at the MMO's next expansion. The broadcast begins at 5:30 PM PT / 8:30 PM ET.

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