Square Enix is temporarily suspending sales of Final Fantasy 14 because the new expansion, Endwalker, is so popular.
Unfortunately for some, new players will be temporarily unable to purchase and play Final Fantasy 14 Square Enix announced yesterday morning. The company has been suspending sales since early December to help with the server rush that has plagued many players.
Connection problems that persist
Players are currently having difficulty connecting reliably to the game’s servers since the new expansion, Endwalker, was released on December 3. Two weeks later, the servers are still causing problems for players during connection which can sometimes be too long and while they are playing.
To attempt to address the issues, Square Enix has decided to temporarily withdraw sales of the Starter Edition and Full Edition of Final Fantasy 14, allowing existing players to enjoy new ones to prevent new players from coming in. Opportunity to experience the way.
Square Enix previously announced that paid players would have priority connections over players using the free trial, but the company eventually decided to suspend the free trials altogether because of connection issues with the latter. were getting ridiculous.
the studio apologizes
To those who have been invited by their friends and family and have considered joining, as well as our business partners, we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience, and your understanding and support to ease the crowd. ask for cooperation. We will continue to monitor the situation as we consider the timing of the resumption of sales. Naoki Yoshida, producer and director of Final Fantasy 14.
To apologize, the studio is also extending its free subscription time, previously given to gamers due to Endwalker’s heavy rush, from seven days to 21 days, or two more weeks.
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