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  • The online starter edition “Final Fantasy XIV” can be obtained free of charge until May 26
  • The online starter edition “Final Fantasy XIV” includes a 30 day trial subscription
  • Players can only play games up to level 50

PlayStation 4 owners who are looking for something new to play might want to see the free games offered on the PlayStation Store. The online starter edition “Final Fantasy XIV” is ready to be contested for no cost but for a limited time.

That Agreed only valid until May 26 so gamers might want to visit the site and get it as early as now.

The online starter edition “Final Fantasy XIV” is the 14th installment of the popular role-playing series and only the second MMORPG in its composition. The regular purchase price for playing games is $ 20. In addition, there is a monthly subscription fee to consider for the online version. For now, gamers can enjoy the game through the “Play Free” campaign. It ended on May 15, but Square Enix gave players another chance to go on an adventure.

For those who want to try the online starter edition “Final Fantasy XIV”, there is a free trial for 30 days. Therefore, no additional fees are needed at this time. But if a player wants to continue playing online games, he must pay a monthly subscription fee of $ 12.99.

Included in the package is “Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn,” a basic game that can be played by many players without having to subscribe PlayStation Plus. The offer only covers PS4 for now. There has been no announcement about the game offered for PC users.

With many people forced to stay at home, trying “Final Fantasy XIV” now can be in vain. The game has been around and has been a popular title for some time now. Although it might not have some expansion (eg Stormblood, Heavensward, and Shadowbringers), it should be a great way for new players to get acquainted with the game and then invest more later on. It might be better to note also that the beginner edition will only allow players to reach level 50. From there, it will depend on the gamer if he wants to continue the “Final Fantasy” crusade or not.

Screenshot of the game game from Final Fantasy XIV ‘Heavensward’ Photo: Square Enix Final Fantasy XIV “Final Fantasy XIV” gets a companion application. Photo: Reuters / Kai Pfaffenbach


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