Final Fantasy XIV Exceeds 10 Million Players; Patch 4.06 Now Live
Things have gone a long way since the initial release of Final Fantasy XIV. Following its disastrous launch, the game developed by Square Enix started getting more popular with the launch of A Realm Reborn and its popularity only increased in the following years, recently reaching an impressive milestone.
Square Enix confirmed that Final Fantasy XIV now exceeds 10 million players worldwide. This milestone also coincides with the release of Patch 4.06 and the start of the annual Moonfire Faire event, where players can take part in a new series of quests and even fight Final Fantasy classic boss Ultros.
If you never tried Final Fantasy XIV and would like to do so without having to subscribe, a free trial is now available. The trial allows access to all content available up until level 35 with no restriction. You can head over here for more information.
The latest expansion for Final Fantasy XV is Stormblood. It includes new areas to explore, new jobs, changes to the battle system and more.
New adventures in Ala Mhigo and Doma
Play as two new jobs─red mage and samurai
New exploration with swimming and diving
Level cap increase from 60 to 70
Changes to the battle system
Journey to the Far Eastern city of Kugane
Explore Gyr Abania, the Ruby Sea, Yanxia, and the Azim Steppe
New primals and beastmen: Lakshmi and the Ananta, Susano and the Kojin
A new 8-man raid: Interdimensional Rift─Omega
A new alliance raid: Return to Ivalice
The Forbidden Land of Eureka
New gear and crafting recipes
A new residential district: Shirogane
Expanded item inventory
Final Fantasy XIV is now out on PC and PlayStation 4 in all regions.