Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Latest News
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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.
Next week begins a new chapter for MMO Final Fantasy XIV as it receives the Heavensward expansion, which plunges the community into the Dragonsong War; a thousand-year-old conflict between knights and dragons.
It increases the level cap to 60, adds flying mounts (it is a dragon war!), and of course includes new dungeons to brave. It adds the 'Holy See of Ishgard' which is desperate to defeat the dragons.
Hankering for some more Final Fantasy XIV action, but not quite sure your rig is up to the tasking of handling the enhancedgraphics of upcoming expansion Heavensward?
Spoilers: it probably will be. To make sure though, you can test it out using some new benchmark software that Square Enix has kindly made available for free. Said benchmark also lets you try out the expansion's new playable race, the Au Ra.