As men with massive weapons and even bigger hair take the fight to divine, resplendent foes, every last-minute block and bombastic backflip is met with deafening shouts. The Final Fantasy Xiv Fan Fest faithful are basking in the teaser trailer that announces the third major expansion to their beloved eight-year-old MMO: Shadowbringers. The thousands of fans contributing to the din in the conference hall of Las Vegas’s Rio hotel are a dedicated, if demanding, bunch. In each lull before the reveal of the next system or story tidbit during the keynote - expertly orchestrated by the teasing maestro that is game director Naoki Yoshida - desperate cries of “MORE JOBS!” pierce the silence. It’s as if I’m in the midst of an economic crisis about which I’m entirely oblivious. If this is a political rally, then Yoshida-san and his team should be voted in for another term: the reveal of “multiple new jobs” as when the Shadowbringers release date arrives certainly went down well. What’s more, the Blue Mage - announced by excited and appropriately caped Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda - will come earlier than expected as part of patch 4.5. It might only be a “limited job” designed with solo players in mind, but it became a memorable ‘one more thing’ moment that will go down in Fan Fest history.