AFKer Patches Update keeps track of new updates being made available, be they patches, DLC, or anything else. In today’s update, Final Fantasy XIV reaches 3.5, World of Tanks brings back the Sherman Fury, Dragon Nest adds a new character class, and NOW That’s What I Call Sing 2 adds a new DLC pack of chart hits.
Final Fantasy XIV
Entitled The Far Edge of Fate, Final Fantasy XIV Patch 3.5 brings substantial new content to the game, including a new Main Scenario quest, a new Alliance Raid, the addition of the last Warring Triad challenge, two new high-level dungeons, and various side quests.

In terms of features, PvP is the primary beneficiary, as players will now be able to duel opponents with synced item levels, as well as participate in Frontline battles without being restricted by guild allegiance. There’s also been the addition of new PvP gear and mounts, modeled after character designs from the Japanese TV series Garo.

The Party Finder feature has also received updates, allowing players to search for parties across all Worlds on the same server, as well as creating parties which their friends can join via special passwords.

Through completion of a new quest, summoners will now be able to change the appearance of their egi through a special text command. This initial update includes Emerald, Topaz, and Ruby Carbuncle models as glamour options, with more scheduled for future patches.

On top of all that, the updates include new housing exteriors, additions to the aquarium, and new paintings to decorate rooms. Finally, new hairstyles, minions, emotes, and mounts will be added.

In a statement, Square announced continued content updates following the release of Patch 3.5, which will include an entirely revamped version of The Diadem exploratory missions, a new map for the Feast PvP, and new Disciple of the Land/Hand content. The second half of Patch 3.5, tentatively scheduled for release in March, will include the conclusion of the Heavensward main scenario story. For more information, head over to

World of Tanks
All World of Tanks console players will be able to add two new tanks to their collection from January 16 through February 6. The Sherman Fury first appeared on the Xbox 360 and was one of the most successful packages in the game. In addition to the Fury, the Tiger 131 is also now available. For more information about World of Tanks on Consoles, head to the official website:

Dragon Nest
The MMO Dragon Nest has announced their own limited time package with the reveal of their newest character-class, the Savior of Darkness, the Arch-Heretic. From January 19 through February 16, players will be able to take advantage of the special package and costume giveaway. In addition, the update includes a new location, the Lv93 Distorted Zone (Rhadames), improvements to the community system, the addition of a growth guide, and revamping of the character selection/creation screen. This is on top of balancing and other game improvements.

NOW That’s What I Call Sing 2
NOW That’s What I Call Sing 2 has added a new DLC pack, available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The pack can be acquired from the new online store that can be accessed in-game. The new DLC includes the following: “Reality” from Lost Frequencies feat. Janieck Devy, Clean Bandit with “Tears” and Sigala’s “Sweet Lovin”. Furthermore this DLC contains: “No Money” by Galantis and “Perfect Strangers” by Jonas Blue/ JP Cooper.