Get FFXIV Pod 602 Mount

Being that both Final Fantasy XIV and NieR Automata are published by Square Enix, the publisher loves to surprise fans of both games with some cross-promotional content. Since the Shadowbringers expansion, released back in July 2019, we’ve seen several NieR Automata-themed gear, minions, and other cosmetics in Final Fantasy XIV. This practice continues with Final Fantasy 14 Patch 6.1. The Pod 602 has just been added via the Pod 602 Identification Key. If you want to know how to get it, read on.

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Get FFXIV Pod 602 Mount

How to Get FFXIV Pod 602 Mount

If you want to get the Pod 602 mount, you will need to head to The Gold Saucer. But first, make sure to have enough Manderville Gold Saucer Points (MGP). You’ll need to have at least 300,000 MGP for the mount. In order to claim your reward, you’ll need to speak with an NPC named Gold Saucer Attendant The exact coordinates where you can find this NPC are X: 5.2, Y: 6.6 at the Gold Saucer.

Once you find them, speak with the Gold Saucer Attendant and select the Prize Exchange III option. What you need to find here is the Pod 602 Identification Key. Buy the key for 300,000 MGP. Now find it in your inventory and activate it. And that’s it, now you own the Pod 602 mount!

If the Pod 602 Identification Key is not available when you try to buy it from the Gold Saucer Attendant, that’s most likely because you haven’t met the pre-requirements. What you need to do is to finish the NieR Automata quest in FFXVI. The NieR questline is called YoRHa: Dark Apocalypse. There are several quests here that you need to finish before being able to purchase the Pod 602 Identification Key. To start this questline, talk with the Gossipy Dwarf in Komra. This will trigger the A Scandal in Komra level 80 quest and the NieR questline. And that’s about all you need to know. Have fun with your new floating mount!

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