The latest FFXIV update alters PVP jobs and removes the timer for inactivity

The latest FFXIV update alters PVP jobs and removes the timer for inactivity

After 30 minutes, you will not be kicked out.

For the time being, the inactivity timer is no longer in motion: for now, at least! Patch 6.11a has removed the feature that logged people out after 30 minutes of failing to do anything, now that the servers have stabilized since the release of. Square Enix claims this applies to all areas of the game, including the Firmament.

In a small patch, the team alters job balance a bit and mixes up PVP matchmaking (in Crystalline Conflict players in the Crystal tier can now be matched with players who are Diamond 3 (with 1 Rising Star) or higher), and several issues have been addressed, including the Paladin Requiescat glitch.

Multiple positions have been blocked in the PVP to improve their performances and increase party selection. Gunbreaker, Bard, Machinist, Dancer, Summoner, and Black Mage have gotten huge damage across the board, with the latter undergoing significant changes to various abilities (including cast time reductions and even enhanced functionality). The Red Mage was nerfed a bit (only with the corps-a-corps ability, reducing its damage reduction from 20% to 10%).

The inactivity timer is certainly the biggest deal of the patch however. While 30 minutes is a decent amount of time, it''s not enough to go out to eat and return! Sometimes, particularly in a social situation like waiting to start a raid, it can be beneficial to stay logged in just to receive/eventually read messages from friends.

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