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Final Fantasy 14 Hits Xbox Series X/S on March 21: Full Launch Ends Beta Restrictions, Coincides with Major Updates

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The well-known massively multiplayer role-playing game Final Fantasy 14 is set to make its official Xbox Series X/S debut on March 21. This announcement comes amid a flurry of upgrades and expansions for the game that will be coming out for the system from Square Enix and Microsoft. Up until recently, Xbox users could play the game in an open beta version that has limited gameplay limitations but offers a free trial up to level 70 across many expansions.

The complete launch of the game will remove these restrictions, which include the inability to join free firms and access the entire market board. A smooth gaming experience will be possible for players by allowing them to link their Square Enix and Microsoft accounts.

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The Microsoft Store will provide the game for digital download, along with the Starter and Complete Editions and the Endwalker expansion. Furthermore, beginning on March 21, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers will receive the Starter Edition as a bonus.

The release of Patch 6.58, which brings bug patches and improvements, as well as the termination of support for DirectX 9 and 32-bit operating systems, coincides with the premiere of Final Fantasy 14. Additionally, on March 23 at PAX East, a panel on the impending Dawntrail expansion is something fans should not miss.

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The release of Final Fantasy 14 on Xbox represents a major expansion for the game, which has experienced a huge spike in popularity since its first problematic release. It is now hailed as one of the best MMORPGs and allows for cross-platform gameplay across PC and PlayStation systems, in addition to a strong online community.

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Aaron Garcia
Aaron Garciahttps://www.sportingwiki.com/
Aaron Garcia's writing career took off at "GameInformer," where his columns broke down popular games and showed how they were full of art, strategy, and story.

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