Final Fantasy XIV Holding a Two-Week Free Trial for PS4
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is Square Enix’s latest Final Fantasy MMORPG. Now, players who have wanted to try out the title will get the chance with a new free trial.
Those with a PlayStation 4 will now have the chance to try out Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn. Starting today, Square Enix is offering gamers a two-week free trial that will let gamers experience the title. This can be done without having to need a subscription to play. However, there are some restrictions for those that check out the free trial. These players can only level up to level 20, and will have some in-game activities restricted. Regardless, this is a great chance for gamers to experience this great MMORPG.
Released for PC, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4, Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is a reboot of the original Final Fantasy XIV Online, which was a failure. The game’s plot takes place after the ending of the original Final Fantasy XIV, as the world rebuilds after the primal Bahamut caused mass destruction. Gamers play as a chosen hero who must defend the land of Eorzea from an invasion by the Garlean Empire. Players are able to create a character from five different races: the human-like Hyur, the elf-like Elezen, the small Lalafell, the large muscular Roegadyn, and the cat-like Miqo’te. Players are able to choose from a number of classes, such as Conjurer, Lancer, and Archer. All of these classes are separated into four groups: Disciples of War, Disciples of Magic, Disciples of the Hand, and Disciples of the Land. After reaching a certain level, classes can be upgraded into more focused Jobs, opening new skills and abilities for characters to use.
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is available for PC, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4. The game does require a subscription in order to play. While there have been small updates adding content since the game released, a full expansion will be released for the game in Spring of 2015 titled Heavensword. The free trial has started today, and will last two weeks.