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‘Final Fantasy XIV’ just got a whole lot more appealing for newcomers

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Final Fantasy XIV might not be free-to-play, but it just got a whole lot closer.

Square Enix has officially removed the 14-day access restriction on free trial accounts. That means you can start a new trial character and play as much FFXIV as you want until you hit level 35. Once that happens you need to either subscribe or start another character.

This marks a major change for one of the last top-tier subscription-based MMORPGs not called World of Warcraft. Previously, the free trial ended after a two week timer elapsed, regardless of your progress. Read more…

More about Final Fantasy Xiv, Square Enix, Gaming, Entertainment, and Entertainment

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‘Final Fantasy XIV’ just got a whole lot more appealing for newcomers

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Final Fantasy XIV might not be free-to-play, but it just got a whole lot closer.

Square Enix has officially removed the 14-day access restriction on free trial accounts. That means you can start a new trial character and play as much FFXIV as you want until you hit level 35. Once that happens you need to either subscribe or start another character.

This marks a major change for one of the last top-tier subscription-based MMORPGs not called World of Warcraft. Previously, the free trial ended after a two week timer elapsed, regardless of your progress. Read more…

More about Final Fantasy Xiv, Square Enix, Gaming, Entertainment, and Entertainment

, ,

‘Final Fantasy XIV’ just got a whole lot more appealing for newcomers

TwitterFacebook

Final Fantasy XIV might not be free-to-play, but it just got a whole lot closer.

Square Enix has officially removed the 14-day access restriction on free trial accounts. That means you can start a new trial character and play as much FFXIV as you want until you hit level 35. Once that happens you need to either subscribe or start another character.

This marks a major change for one of the last top-tier subscription-based MMORPGs not called World of Warcraft. Previously, the free trial ended after a two week timer elapsed, regardless of your progress. Read more…

More about Final Fantasy Xiv, Square Enix, Gaming, Entertainment, and Entertainment

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