Final Fantasy 14 Available For Free-to-try Without A Deadline

Mar 30, 2017 09:02 AM EDT | Lasitha

Here comes good news for all the Final Fantasy Fans. It is reported that Square Enix has revamped Final Fantasy 14's free trial period. The company has now decided to make it available to the players without any time restrictions.

Before the game was revamped, it was available for free for only a two-week period. The two-week period would have given enough time for the players to decide if they want the game or not. However, the trial period without any time restrictions will encourage more people to play. That way the game will be able to draw much more loyal players who will subscribe later on.

At this point of time, the multiplayer online game is now free to play up until level 35. After this stage, the player will have to pay for a subscription to continue on. This offer for the free trial period with no time restrictions is available for anyone who has yet to play Final Fantasy 14. The people who checked out the game when it was still in the restricted period can also avail it even if they didn't sign up, reported Polygon.

The popular MMO's out on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC. Not only that, Square Enix continues to release new expansions on a regular basis. It is reported that in the next new set of content, Stormblood, a samurai class is added. This will also see an increased level cap to the game this summer. However, on the downside, the game dropped the PlayStation 3 support. The PS3 owners, however, can upgrade to the PS4 version at no added cost, reported Siliconera.

There are things from the trial period that can be retained while playing the game later on. If the player chooses to subscribe to the game, the characters that were created during the trial phase can be carried forward.

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