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Final Fantasy XIV

After 3 closed beta's and previous weekend the open beta today is the day that Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is available worldwide for PC and PlayStation 3! Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn (previously known as Final Fantasy XIV: Version 2.0) is a rebuild of the original version which was released back in 2010, but was poorly received.

Players who pre-ordered the game and players with legacy status can already play the game for three days, only during these days Square Enix had a lot of technical issues and due to high traffic a login limitation was setup causing a lot of players getting errors or standing in a queue.

To celebrate a launch of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Square Enix has released the launch trailer.

Final Fantasy XIV

Today part VIII of the Letter of the Producer was streamed live on YouTube. During the stream a Q&A session was held and new details have been announced containing the open beta and early access.

The open beta phase of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn will run from 17 till 19 August. Those who participated in the beta phase 3 can participate on 16 August. During the open beta the level cap will be set to level 20 and game content will also be restricted to that which can be done within level 20.

Early access will start on 24 August while the official service starts 27 August. Next to the current methods of payment, players can now also buy prepaid cards in stores which comes in 30 and 60 day options.

Letter from the Producer Part VII

Another feature that was showed today during the stream was the app called Libra Eorzea where players can login and check their character, check their gear, quests, instances and more. The iOS version will be available a week after the launch for free. Android will follow in a month.

To read the full details, check out the official forums.

Final Fantasy VII

Today Square Enix has officially released the PC version of Final Fantasy VII on Steam included with the same features as the 'enhanced' version that was released in the Square Enix Store in August 2012.

Final Fantasy VII PC screenshot

Features in the 'enhanced' PC version of Final Fantasy VII are 36 achievements (from winning your first battle to beating Ruby Weapon), cloud saving and a character booster. The game can be bought for €12.99 / £9.99 / $11.99 from the Steam page. Quite expansive still for an almost 16 years old game.

However, fans that have purchased the 'enhanced' PC version of the game in the Square Enix Store are now complaining that they want a Steam key and don't want to purchase the game again. I kind of agree with that. Square Enix, stop being a money grabber and listen to your fans!

Square Enix

Square Enix has announced that Dragon Quest X: Rise of the Five Tribes Online, the MMORPG which was released last year on the Wii and 3 months ago on the Wii U, will also be released on PC on 26 September. They've also released a benchmark and you can sign up for the beta (if you can read Japanese). The normal version will cost ¥3990 and and a Special Edition which comes with a controller and token will cost ¥9800.

Sadly no Western release has been announced yet.

Final Fantasy XIV

At the 'Future of Final Fantasy' event Square Enix has announced that their MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn will be released on PlayStation 4 next year. Accounts can be transfered from the PlayStation 3 version to PlayStation 4 version when it is released.

Square Enix has also released the E3 trailer of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn called 'Crystal's Call'.

Final Fantasy XIV

Some of you might be waiting for this. Square Enix has officially announced that Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn will hit the stores on 27 August! Subscription fees will start at $12.99 in the United States, £7.69 in the United Kingdom and €10.99 in Europe.

When you pre-order the MMORPG you'll receive early access to the world of Eorzea, a Cait Sith Doll Minion and a Mog Cap as in-game item.

Square Enix has also announced something a little big more special, the Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Collector’s Edition.

This collector's edition will contain an 80-page hardcover art book with concept art of the game, a bonus video disc that takes a cinematic look at the events leading up to the realm being reborn, an album that features musical scores by renowned Final Fantasy series composers, five art cards and a security token. You'll also receive the Helm of Light, Baby Behemoth Minion, Coeurl Mount and Behemoth Barding in-game items.

If you can't wait to play the game, you can still sign up for the Phase 3 Beta test that will start in June. This, a new Tour of Eorzeo video and more can be found on the official website.

Players who bought the original version of Final Fantasy XIV (that was released back in September 2010) do not have to buy the new version but can download it for free.

Final Fantasy XIV

Square Enix has released a new trailer today of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn called A New Beginning. In this trailer you see the end of an era trailer (which is awesome) that was released when the original version came to an end two months ago and the reborn realm where our hero's have been teleported to (around 5:30).

Square Enix has also opened beta tester application for the PC and PlayStation 3 version. Apply now if you are interested! North American testers can apply here, European here.

Final Fantasy VII

Just before the start of the gamescom Square Enix has launched the downloadable PC version of Final Fantasy VII in their store.

This 'enhanced' version of the original PC version, that was released back in 1998, features 36 achievements, cloud saving, character booster and is optimized to run on current PC's.

The downloadable version normally will cost € 12,99 / $ 11,99, but now has a special launch price of € 9,99 / $ 9,99 till 12 September. European fans can get the game here and United States fans here.

Final Fantasy VII

Square Enix has finally announced that Final Fantasy VII will get a downloadable version for PC that can be acquired from the Square Enix Store. This version will feature 36 achievements, a character booster and cloud saves.

The PC version of Final Fantasy VII was ported and released back in 1998 by Eidos Entertainment and it seems this new version has been tweaked to run on modern PC's.

Square Enix has launced the official website and released a trailer (which can be viewed below). The release date will be announced soon.

Final Fantasy VII

Yesterday Square Enix has registered the domain name "finalfantasyviipc.com", which looks like something is happening around the PC version of Final Fantasy VII, which was released back in 1998 by Eidos (which is part of Square Enix since 2009).

Maybe the game will receive a digital download via Steam? More info about the domain name can be found here.


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