Late last year, Square Enix suspended sales of final fantasy 14 and stopped offering free trials when the game became swamped with new players after its latest expansion. Now, FF14 producer and director Naoki Yoshida has announced that free trials are returning starting tomorrow, February 22nd, eurogamer reported.
The company said at the time that it had to stop sales because the “dense concentration of hours of play… [the game’s] server capacity.” He addressed this by bringing his Oceania Data Center online and opening five new worlds from the ground up for everyone in Oceania to transfer. Shortly after (on 25 January), final fantasy 14 was sold again.
The developer must have realized that it wasn’t ready for free trial traffic yet, but that situation is apparently resolved as well. The company also announced that deeper dungeons are coming. final fantasy 14 with the 6.0 series of patch updates, due in the coming months. Yoshida too confirmed that “at this point”, there are no plans to introduce NFTs in FF14. “We noticed a lot of reactions, especially from the western part [audience] about NFTs, lots of comments on how [they’re] opposition to the NFTs,” he added.
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