Asmongold Continues To Successfully Stream Final Fantasy XIV Online Streams Despite Community Feedback


Asmongold is best known for his World of Warcraft escapades, but the streamer has recently tried new MMOs. This time, Asmongold is digging deep into Final Fantasy XIV despite an outcry from the gaming community.

Asmongold began streaming Final Fantasy in early July, causing the game’s popularity to skyrocket. But the Final Fantasy community has expressed concern about the sudden increase in player numbers and viewers, with some outspoken members explaining that they are not. didn’t want Asmongold’s “toxic” viewers to infiltrate the previously small Final Fantasy community.

Although Asmongold’s debut Final Fantasy XIV stream was “one of the best” it’s had, a small Final Fantasy streamer said at the time that Asmongold’s “hate and rudeness” didn’t were not welcome. A plan was put in place to “drive” Asmongold and his fans out of the community.

But so far it hasn’t worked.

Asmongold recently took a tour of The Final Coil of Bahamut after reaching level 50. The dungeon had a boss, Kalyia, that his party seemed to be passing through. Asmongold and his party cut it down to 0.1% when things got worse.

Despite extremely poor health, Kalyia survived.

“Are you kidding me!” Exclaimed Asmongold live.

While his group finally finished the dungeon, it made for a pretty entertaining flow. This only made Asmongold more successful in Final Fantasy, both in-game and on Twitch.

Asmongold has a lot more Final Fantasy to explore, so the community shouldn’t expect him to be leaving anytime soon. The World of Warcraft community has also expressed concerns that Asmongold will not return to the game that originally made him famous on Twitch – and it seems Asmongold himself isn’t too worried about returning just yet.


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