Square Enix Cafe and Final Fantasy XIV are running a collaborative event to bring fans tasty looking themed menu items and exclusive merch.
The official Square Enix Cafe in Japan is running a new collaborative event to promote Final Fantasy XIV, in which customers can order several delicious looking new menu items based off the popular MMORPG:
They also have three rare “gatcha” menu items, which have been censored out for now. Most likely they’ll reveal them at a later date, possibly in a special event:
The official Final Fantasy XIV Twitter account also shared some lovely pictures from the cafe event:
— FINAL FANTASY XIV (@FF_XIV_JP) July 12, 2019
The collaboration event will last from July 20th to September 26th of this year. Since it’s such a long event, it’s been divided into two parts. According to the official site the collaboration food will be distributed at random order. The place mats used will change between four different designs in the first half (7/20 to 8/18) and the second half (8/19 to 9/26). There are also 18 coasters
that are randomly distributed for drinks, including take-out orders, and the designs also change between the first half (7/20 to 8/18) and the second half (8/19 to 9/26).
The site also states that food is a well-balanced set of all six, that range from rice-based dishes to desserts. There are six types of drinks, from alcohol for adults with character motifs to pretty dessert drinks.
The reservation tickets for the event are being sold here starting today, so if you’re in the area you should jump on the chance soon. You can check out the full menu, prices, and even the special collaboration merchandise the cafe will be selling here.
This isn’t the first time Square Enix has done an extravagant promotion for the MMO. Recently they reveled a service that allows people to fulfill their dream of a beautiful Final Fantasy XIV-themed wedding ceremony.
Meanwhile, be sure to check out our official review of Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers here, as well as our E3 2019 interview with Final Fantasy XIV director Naoki Yoshida. here. Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringersreleased for PS4 and PC.
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