Final Fantasy XIV has proved to be a popular MMO RPG for Square Enix and the community for the game just keeps on expanding partly due to the developers supporting Final Fantasy XIV with new content and updates. Now, Square Enix has revealed that Final Fantasy XIV community expansion has achieved another milestone globally.
According to Square Enix, Final Fantasy XIV now has more than 10 million cumulative players globally and the community just keeps on expanding. This expansion in the community is partly due to the developers supporting the game with updates and new content.
The announcement for the game reaching this milestone comes following the launch of Stormblood expansion for Final Fantasy XIV. The expansion brought two new playable jobs, an increased level cap, and an entrancing storyline that takes players to previously unexplored lands.
In addition to the announcement, Square Enix has also rolled out patch 4.06 for the game that sees the start of the annual Moonfire Faire seasonal event. In this annual event, players will be able to take part in new quests, and more.
Square Enix is also working on Final Fantasy VII Remake and the devs have confirmed that Final Fantasy VII remake will feature action based combat instead of the command based which was featured in the original game.
Battles are not command-based, they’re action-based. Regarding cover actions, there are places where they can be done on the map, but they are not required. Because it’s seamless, I showed that there can be actions in response to various scenes.
Also, there is no longer 14-day time restriction for the Final Fantasy XIV free trial and all content up to level 35 has been made accessible.
Final Fantasy XIV is an MMO RPG developed by Square Enix for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Mac OS.