Ever since its early access and the Official Launch for Final Fantasy XIV, there has been a massive problem with Major Congestion Issues involving the MMORPG. Square Enix is well aware of the Login and queuing problems that players have been facing, Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida went on the Official Website to address the situation.
Among what was mentioned in the Director’s statement was a plan of suspending the sale and delivery of Final Fantasy XIV Starter Edition and Final Fantasy XIV The Complete Edition. Square Enix is working closely with Retail Partners to phase in these temporary suspensions over the next few days, and they will also be halting all new advertisements for the time being. But, existing players can still pick up Expansion Packs and Collector Edition Digital Goodies during this period.Coming January to Entertainment Earth: Vivi Ornitier from Final Fantasy IX is now part of the popular Action Doll series. With movable joints and the ability to stand on his own, be it on your desk or on a shelf. He can easily recreate iconic poses with a wide range of movement and expressiveness provided by all the small details, from the stitches in his hat and the laces in his shirt, to his staff.
Director Yoshida also mentioned that they recently granted 7 days of game time, but now we will also be granted an additional 14 days. The Statement went on saying “This will apply to all players (including those with multiple accounts) who own the full version of the game and have an active subscription as of Tuesday, December 21, at midnight (PST), which is the scheduled release date for Patch 6.01. Further details regarding eligibility will be announced separately.”
If you’re wondering about the Patch Schedule there isn’t anything to worry about according to Director Yoshida, the release of Pandæmonium: Asphodelos (Savage) in Patch 6.05, is still scheduled for Tuesday, January 4th, 2022. Unless if any major issues surface.
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