Today’s Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn post is especially interesting for those of you that have never played a subscription MMO before, as well as those of you who wonder if a monthly subscription is really for you.
When you buy a single-player game, the expectation is usually the same. Buy the game for the full price, and some DLC will follow. Final Fantasy XIV is fundamentally different, as it’s an MMO that will run for years.
Welcome to another update on Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn — the biggest one so far. A lot of you have probably played the first beta phase from February 22nd to March 3rd — barely enough time to get your hands on one or two classes in a single city, right? Well then, let’s introduce you to the others!
For the most part, players can explore the world of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn at their own leisure. But what would an MMO be without some group content? In this blog post, we’ll introduce you to the numerous activities that can only be mastered in groups of four to 24.
Turtle Rock’s co-op/competitive shooter hybrid Evolve is coming to PS4 this fall and we’ve bagged us a big one — an interview with Turtle Rock co-founder Phill Robb! Then catch up on TowerFall Ascension and Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn in two new developer interviews, plus next week’s releases.
The world has fallen under the tyrannical rule of Grand Master Meio. As people suffocate in his steely grip, Special A-Class Strider Hiryu is sent into the wintry winds of Kazakh City to assassinate the dictator. The arcade classic series returns with Strider, which launches for PS3 and PS4 this week.
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn launches for PS4 on April 14th, 2014. Many players have questions about the beta, as well as the PS3-to-PS4 transfer process for accounts. Folks were wondering who could participate in the beta, if they could use existing characters, if they needed an existing account, or could jump right in.
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