Another cool feature is the Glyph system
Another cool feature is the Glyph system, which sounds reminiscent of FFXIV Gil the communication tones from Journey. Wander is actually playable online, like a non-violent MMO, which means you?ll occasionally run into new faces, some of whom will be from regions that speak a different language than you. Glyphs are a sort of universal communication method that allow you to converse with other Final Fantasy XIV players using easy to understand pictures. A nifty feature is that you?ll actually use the Dualshock 4?s touchpad to draw the Glyphs yourself.As if all of that wasn?t intriguing enough, Flinn concludes by teasing skydiving within the game. You can leap from the back of a griffin companion, or just hurl yourself off of, say, a floating island, and enjoy the trip to earth. If you?re feeling particularly skillful, you can even guide yourself onto the back of another griffin on the way down.Playing Final Fantasy XIV games like Far Cry 3, Destiny and Uncharted, I sometimes think to myself, ?This is great and all, but it would also be cool to explore without being shot at every 15 feet.? All signs point to Wander being able to scratch that very itch. I suppose we?ll just have to wait until next week to find out.Halo: The Master Chief Collection Adds ODST Campaign, New Final Fantasy XIV player Map. Halo: The Master Chief Collection is being expanded today with an entire new campaign. 343 Industries also introduced a new Final Fantasy XIV player map for Halo 2 Anniversary.Starting today, Final Fantasy XIV players can download a remake of Halo 3: ODST's campaign. This prequel to Halo 3 stars Orbital Drop Shock Troopers rather than Master Chief. Because they're not a Spartan, the Shock Troopers aren't as strong or resilient. They can't regenerate health without stamina packs or wield two weapons at a time. The ODST campaign has a very different feel than other Halo adventures as a result.For its Xbox One re-release, 343 updated the visuals of ODST.