Square Enix has released a new update for "Final FantasyXIV." Patch 4.2, titled "Rise of a New Sun," comes with alot of refinements and new story quests, but what makes it interestingis the fact that it disables skipping cutscenes in dungeons. As explained in the(https://na.finalfantasyxiv.com//lodestone/topics/detail/75c691f90f4a7da3907f0671ac33e139e9792abf) patch notes published on the "FinalFantasy XIV" website, patch 4.2 does not allow players to skip thecutscenes in Castrum, Meridianum and Praetorium, and there are reasonsbehind this. First, Square Enix believes that by doing so, new playerswill get to enjoy the cutscenes in these dungeons. Then, the otherreason is it easily increases the time required to complete the dungeonsand consequently boosts the rewards that come with it. "To ensure new players are able to enjoy the cutscenes inCastrum, Meridianum and the Praetorium, all cutscenes in these dungeonscan no longer be skipped," Square Enix noted. "Because thiswill increase the time required to complete these dungeons, completionrewards and Duty Roulette bonuses for these duties have beenincreased." "Final Fantasy XIV" patch 4.2 also adds new side storyquests. For "Precious Reclamation," players must be Discipleof War or Magic level 70. Another new quest is called "A Thousandand One Farewells." This also requires players to be at Disciple ofWar or Magic level 70, and they must first complete "PreciousReclamation" and "Short Arms of Law" to enter this quest. The new patch also comes with "The Fractal Continuum(Hard)" quest called "An Unwanted Truth." Players arealso required to be at Disciple of War or Magic level 70, and theyshould first complete the "Stormblood" main quest as well asthe original "Fractal Continuum" to get here. The four sidequest is "The Fashion Report" quest called "Passion forFashion" that is open to all Level 15 players and those who havealready completed the "It Could Happen To You" quest. Making patch 4.2 all the more interesting is the appearance of thefranchise"s infamous and despicable baddie, Kefka. The maleantagonist of "Final Fantasy VI" has apparently returned withthe ultimate goal of bringing the world into utter destruction,according to (http://www.usgamer.net/articles/kefka-comes-to-final-fantasy-xiv-in-stormbloods-rise-of-a-new-sun-patch-) USgamer .Soit"s the perfect time for players to gang up on the notoriousantagonist and take him down once and for all.