Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Summary
Naoki Yoshida, the producer of Final Fantasy 14, has confirmed the next expansion for the game will be announced in October at Fan Festival (which takes place in Las Vegas). This information was revealed by Japanese website Game Watch (surprisingly, this website has nothing to do with us) in an interview with Yoshida. The interview spoke about upcoming patches to the game, as well as where the story may go now that the Dragonsong War has ended.
“I believe that we’ll see the big changes starting with Patch 3.5,” Yoshida said. “Similar to what we had in Patch 2.5 and 2.55, which I believe was a big pivot.” Final Fantasy 14 players shouldn’t expect to leave Ishgard too soon, according to Yoshida, “If anything, I believe they
Square Enix has announced that they have opened a new data center based in Europe to give European players better service. The Chaos server will be relocated to the new center and the publisher strongly recommends that European players migrate to it.
like to keep Final Fantasy XIV players abreast of the latest developments for the popular MMORPG, via a semi-regular .
Some of the incoming changes revealed in the latest edition include new dungeons, improved travel, a continuation of the main story line and more.
Square Enix reports that Final Fantasy XIV now has over 5 million registered accounts across Europe, North America, Japan, and China. That' serious business for any MMO that doesn't feature
The figure is, of course, tallied across both the PC and PS4 editions of the game, and Square doesn't mention which is the more popular choice.
The Mac launch for MMO Final Fantasy XIV hasn't been smooth sailing foras they've now pulled it from sale after serious technical problems have crippled the game. They are also issuing refunds to owners.
Compounding the issue, Square also released the wrong system requirements before launch. Director Naoki Yoshida has apologised and accepted "sole responsibility" for letting the Mac version release.