Final Fantasy 14 never ceases to please its fans. It will be possible to play the game for free from February 22 this year. The game is steadily moving towards the title of the best MMORPG, fulfilling the wishes of its fans.
The free version of FF14 gives new players the opportunity to try the game before they can make a final purchase decision. On the trial, you can upgrade to level 60 inclusive, as well as complete the content of the original A Realm Reborn game and the Heavensward add-on. This feature will become available this week, from February 22, both for PC users and for the PlayStation console. The developers provide an amazing opportunity for newbies to try the Final Fantasy world absolutely free of charge. It seems like Square Enix isn’t going to stop attracting a new audience to their franchise.
It's worth noting that Square Enix was previously forced to temporarily suspend access to the free trial, as well as digital sales of Final Fantasy 14 in December last year. This decision was made due to high demand. The developers wanted to deal with the long queues of fans trying to join the game first.
Last month, the developer took all the necessary measures to ensure the security of the servers, including the opening of a new data center in Oceania. Work on expanding Japanese, European, and North American data centers is planned for summer 2022. And starting with update 6.08, it will be possible to travel between data centers.
According to the developer, there is simply no better time to experience Final Fantasy 14! Among other news related to the franchise, the developers have no plans to follow the popular trend of adding NFTs to their title. The topic of NFT tokens is becoming more and more topical, and many developers are already using all the possibilities of the technology in their projects. Recently, the authors of Final Fantasy 14 held a stream. At it, game director Naoki Yoshida announced that there would be no NFT in Final Fantasy 14.
Despite the fact that NFT is considered the most relevant and promising technology in the digital world, many gamers have not appreciated the emergence of this trend in the gaming industry. Apparently, the creators of Final Fantasy remain loyal to their core audience.