Final Fantasy 14 digital sales resume with new servers going online

Square Enix will resume digital sales of its hit MMO, Last Dream 14 Online, later on this month as it presents extra information centers to reduce server blockage for the exceptionally popular role-playing video game. Last Dream 14 manufacturer Naoki Yoshida laid out the business’s strategy in a note on the video game’s main site Thursday, stating that sales of the MMO will resume on Jan. 25, the very same day a brand-new information center is arranged to browse the web.

Last Dream 14’s Oceanian information center, serving gamers in Australia, New Zealand, and neighboring areas in the area, will browse the web Jan. 25. It will include 5 brand-new Worlds (aka circumstances) for local gamers to move to. Yoshida stated that gamers in Oceania ought to have a much better play experience on the brand-new information center, which Square Enix is waiving transfer costs to those brand-new worlds.

Yoshida stated that the Last Dream 14 group likewise prepares to reconfigure the video game’s Japanese information centers in July; and broaden the European and North American information centers in July and August, respectively, to compete with continuous server blockage in the wake of the Endwalker growth’s release in December.

Last Dream 14 Online saw a revival in gamer interest last summertime for a range of factors, resulting in frustrating gamer numbers and brand-new procedures from Square Enix to compete with blockage. When the video game’s extremely awaited growth Endwalker released in December, Square Enix took the uncommon (however not extraordinary) relocation of suspending sales of the video game to provide paying clients an opportunity to play the almost decade-old MMO.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.