Crappy games don't deserve stellar journalism. We've been over this before.
But... they're not adding in fighter; so, good job on the research, article.
He didn't say fighter was being added. He said that they were adjusting names to match older FF titles "like fighter, ect..."
. Fighter is indeed a job/class from the FF series. Maybe you misunderstood this?
The only jobs he mentioned specifically by name were Arcanist and Musketeer, and even then he said those names weren't firm.
"I've been taking new forms of transportation to work recently, like the bus, and the subway."
Now, if I were to make that statement, wouldn't make more sense if I were actually taking
the forms of transportation I mentioned? I shouldn't make that statement if I were, say, walking and riding my bike, it would be extremely misleading.
Let's apply that to a news article setting. See how it makes less sense to say: "Her Majesty the Queen was questioned today about various scandals, like running a child pornography operation out of the back of a rusty Canadian school bus, and nine consecutive attempts to cover up first degree murder."
If the actual scandal happened to be about minor tax evasion?
Here's an idea for the article: say, "Final Fantasy XIV will be adding in jobs (not classes) bearing traditional Final Fantasy names, such as Paladin, Dragoon, Bard, Warrior, Black Mage, and White Mage." If the article said a statement like that, then their sentences would be less confusing and they would actually contain accurate information. Listing out names that have no confirmed bearing in the game is just a strange thing to do if you're supposed to be reporting.
Otherwise, it's just silly.