Yesterday, Final Fantasy XIV sold back for the first time in weeks as well as a new data center. In addition, server transfers are open, though, the Square Enix team has warned players that they are experiencing high volumes as a result.
While the first step towards increasing server capacity worldwide this year, new data center in Oceania, new data center brought five new servers for players to join. The fact that free transfers are being offered as well as XP rewards for players who transfer has stalled the process in hopes of eager adventurers getting into the MMO in the new region.
Square Enix warning that while the handover itself is operating as normal, demand leads to higher volumes and service bottlenecks. This means requests can take a little longer to process, and the team has warned to be patient with player transfers.
“Also, please note that the time from application submission to completion of World Relocation will be longer than usual. However, the system is operating normally and we are processing applications as per submission. order, so we ask for your patience until the process is completed.Once your application is processed, an email will be sent to the email address registered to your Square Enix account. you. notified by email.”
The post also goes on to remind transfer players that in order to process a transfer, they need to visit the Home World data center they’re moving to at least once. Otherwise, the transfer request will end in error.
Final Fantasy XIV Yes seeing a large number of players since mid-2021, saw a record number of players jumping into the MMO causing players to queue in long lines. Therefore, Square Enix has withdraw the game from sale twice in the last year, even suspended Extremely generous – and reliable – free trial until further notice. This is exacerbated by the latest expansion, Endwalkerwas released late last year to near worldwide acclaim.
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