Square Enix’s Final Fantasy 14 continues to see great success. In the latest Letter from the Producer livestream, producer/director Naoki Yoshida announced that the acclaimed MMORPG had over 27 million registered players worldwide. It recorded 24 million players in October 2021, with three million players gained year-over-year.
The Final Fantasy 14 Fan Festivals are also returning. In 2023, it will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada and London, UK in the Summer, while Japan will be the third host city in early 2024.
In terms of upcoming content for the game, Patch 6.25 will add new Variant Dungeons, Criterion Dungeons (which will challenge four-player groups), and new quests for weapon enhancement. New side-story quests are also in the works. The patch is out on October 18th, while a new data center is being added to North America on November 1st.
Aside from Final Fantasy 14, Yoshida is also working on Final Fantasy 16, which will receive a new trailer this month. The action RPG has a release window of Summer 2023 for PS5.
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