As fans of the highly regarded would know by now, Final Fantasy 14 has been delisted due to server congestion. Leaving people who would love to jump in and see what the latest expansion Endwalker is all about, without an option. But before the end of the month, this is all about to change.
When Can You Buy Final Fantasy 14 Again?
As listed by Naoki Yoshida, the director, and producer of the game. Sales of Final Fantasy 14 will be resuming on the 25th of January. Going alongside this announcement was the addition of a new Oceania data center to help with server congestion.
Additionally, taking into account the current number of players in Oceania, the original plan was to initially add three Worlds and later introduce two more. In light of the recent influx of players, however, we’ve decided to add five new Worlds from the start. With this, there should be more than enough room for everyone in Oceania to transfer over. Those in Oceania who have struggled with network latency issues should also have a better play experience.
This will be explained in detail separately, but these being new Worlds, we’ll be offering incentives to transfer to them, such as waiving the transfer fee. We hope you take advantage of these bonuses.
It’s likely that the data center will be bringing new worlds to help with congestion. However, the world transfer mentioned above won’t be usable until the following day. Full details on other announcements made for Final Fantasy 14 can be found here. But the important thing is players can once again buy and play the world-renowned MMO again soon. Bringing an end to a fascinating chapter of the game’s existence.