Games[edit | edit source]
Video Games released in all regions on September 30, 2010 (September 23 for collector edition).
Music[edit | edit source]
There are three Final Fantasy XIV soundtrack mini-albums, and some full OST blu-ray discs.
- Final Fantasy XIV / Battle Tracks
- Final Fantasy XIV / Field Tracks
- Final Fantasy XIV - Eorzean Frontiers
- Before Meteor: Final Fantasy XIV Original Soundtrack
- Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Original Soundtrack
- Before The Fall: Final Fantasy XIV Original Soundtrack
- Heavensward: Final Fantasy XIV Original Soundtrack
A single sheet music book has been released so far, containing piano sheet music with tracks from Final Fantasy XIV / Battle Tracks and Final Fantasy XIV / Field Tracks, and several others from the game.
Books[edit | edit source]
Action Figures, Figurines & Statues[edit | edit source]
In 2019, a set of figures of Alpha and Omega was debuted at the Japanese Fan Festival and later made available in the online stores. The figures are made of PVC, ABS, nylon, polyester, and polyurethane leather.
Release date: 2019(JP), October 2019(US)
Size: Chocobo: 7.87” (200 mm) Omega: 1.37” (35 mm)
Price: ? JPY, $59.99 USD
Meister Quality[edit | edit source]
Introduced in 2016, Meister Quality are a line of high quality collectable statues produced by Square Enix of characters from the game. Each statue is made of finely detailed PVC and ABS, and came with a usable code for an in-game item.
- Odin, The God of Battle
Release date: December 16, 2016(JP)
- Code for "Ballroom Etiquette – Zantetsukan" emote in-game item to learn the emote
Size: 11.4” (290mm)
- Shiva, Lady of Frost
Release date: June 19, 2018(JP), February 2018 (US)
- Code for "Ballroom Etiquette – Diamond Dust" in-game item to learn the emote
- Ultima, the High Seraph
Release date: April 27, 2019(JP), March 23, 2019 (US)
- Code for "Ballroom Etiquette – Ultima" in-game item to learn the emote
Release date: January 23, 2021(JP), February 2021(US)
- Code for "Ballroom Etiquette – Omega Simulations" in-game item to learn the emote
Minion Mascots[edit | edit source]
Introduced in 2020, Minion Mascots (US: Minion Miniatures) are small figurines of the minions and mounts from the game. Each figurine is made of PVC, and range in height from 2.2” (56mm) — 2.6” (65mm). Figures were sold in the online stores in lots of twelve randomly selected blind-boxes for ¥6,600 JP, $72 USD, with no guarantee of a complete set of characters.
- Volume 1
- Characters include Wind-up Namazu, Fat Cat, Morbol Seedling, Dust Bunny, Cherry Bomb, Cactuar Cutting, Wind-up Moogle, Fat Chocobo
Release date: April 2021(US)
Price: ¥6,600 JPY, $72.00 USD
- Volume 2
- Characters include Cait Sith Doll, Paissa Brat, Korpokkur Kid, Carbuncle, Nutkin, Wind-up Tonberry, Baby Behemoth, Piggy
Release date: February 2021(JP), April 2021(US)
Price: ¥6,600 JPY, $72.00 USD
Minion Figurine[edit | edit source]
Introduced in 2021, Minions are small figurines produced by Square Enix of characters from the game. Each figurine is made of PVC and ABS, and have slight points of articulation at the wrists and neck for simple custom posing and include a 2.36” (60mm) display pedestal.
Miscellaneous[edit | edit source]
- A two poster set. one with a digital picture and the other is based on an artwork by Akihiko Yoshida.
- A moogle plushie based on the Final Fantasy XIV moogles design.
- Several Guildleves inspired straps and card holders.
- Square Enix has a Final Fantasy XIV themed cafe in Tokyo named Eorzea Cafe.
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