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Final Fantasy 14 director says he wants to work on the game for the next 10 years

Final Fantasy 14's producer and director Naoki Yoshida has said that as long as he's in good health, he intends to continue working on the game for the next decade. He made the comment during the Final Fantasy 14 mahjong tournament live stream, which was loosely translated over on Reddit. He already mentioned in a November 2021 Famitsu column that he was making preparations for the next 10 years of the MMO, and it looks like he intends to remain at the helm for its entire duration. He added that looking to the future has left him pretty busy, so much so he hasn't had a chance to try the new raids that landed at the end of December.
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Final Fantasy 14 is back on sale after 6 weeks

Rejoice, gamers—nearly six weeks after being pulled from digital storefronts, the critically-acclaimed MMORPG Final Fantasy 14 is available to buy again. Director and producer Naoki Yoshida announced on December 15 that sales and free trial registrations would be temporarily suspended due to the immense popularity of the recently-released expansion Endwalker. Anyone who attempted to play in those first few weeks will have felt the pain—spending hours waiting in the login queue only to get a network error and be booted right to the back of it with 3,000 people ahead of you. It wasn't exactly my definition of fun.
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‘Star Wars’ getting new ‘Jedi’, FPS and strategy games

EA has confirmed that Respawn Entertainment is working on a series of titles in the Star Wars franchise, including “the next game in the Star Wars Jedi” series. Announced today are three new titles in the Star Wars universe:. A sequel to the Star Wars Jedi franchise. A...
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Kourtney Kardashian reveals that she’s a ‘Valorant’ fan

Kourtney Kardashian, the reality TV star and model, has shared that she plays first-person shooter Valorant. As spotted by IGN, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star posted a story to her Instagram page of her playing Riot Games‘ FPS game. The image shows that Kourtney Kardashian was playing the role of Raze.
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‘Final Fantasy 14’ patch 6.08 buffs Paladin, Samurai, Ninja and more Jobs

Final Fantasy 14 has had its latest patch, featuring big changes to several Jobs including Paladin, Dragoon, Dancer, and more. As the patch notes explain, update 6.08 makes some adjustments to these Jobs by buffing a number of their abilities. For example, Paladin has had its Spirits Within potency increased from 250 to 270, while Samurai has had its Ogi Namikiri skill buffed from 800 to 900 in potency.
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‘Final Fantasy 14’ finally launches Oceania data center

Square Enix has announced that the long-awaited Oceania data Center has officially launched in Final Fantasy 14. Releasing alongside patch 6.08, the Oceania data Center is to support a smoother play experience for all in the Oceania region and marks the first in a plan to expand the global server capacity, as well as combat congestion. The Data Center will be accessible for new character creation, with Home World Transfers being permitted from January 26.
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Having recovered from success, Final Fantasy 14 is back on sale

After six long weeks, Final Fantasy XIV is back on sale. That's after Square Enix stopped selling the MMORPG after the critically acclaimed life-hog overwhelmed its servers, causing massive server queues and network errors. Thankfully, those days are behind the game now. So yes, if you've been longing to check out its excellent Endwalker expansion or famous smooth grapes, you can! And from a new Oceania server too, because Squeenix now have room for those down under to sample Eorzea's delicacies.
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Final Fantasy creator begins his own clothing line in Final Fantasy 14

Hironobu Sakaguchi, the original creator of Final Fantasy, has begun his own clothing line in Final Fantasy 14. And yes, the clothing label is called "sakaGUCCI". Taking to Twitter, Sakaguchi has been detailing his experience with the MMO - his lalafell is now a level 90 weaver. While the game...
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Naoki Yoshida wants to work on ‘Final Fantasy 14’ for another decade

Final Fantasy 14 game director Naoki ‘Yoshi-P’ Yoshida has shared his hopes for the MMO’s future, including his intention to work on the game for another ten years. During a Square Enix Mahjong livestream, Yoshida was able to discuss what’s next for Final Fantasy 14. As translated by this Reddit post (via WindowsCentral), Yoshida said that as he’s healthy, he aims to continue working on Final Fantasy 14. On this topic, Yoshida said that he plans to work on the MMO for another ten years – something that’s apparently keeping him too busy to try the new raids.
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Learning How To Play Final Fantasy 14 On Controller Has Been Slow Going

I am doing the impossible: I’m learning how to play Final Fantasy 14 on controller. This is a seemingly innocuous statement. The MMO was built with controller in mind since its inception as FFXIV was always meant to be both a PC and console title. However, unlike other MMOs who have limited skill bars that benefit from using a controller, FFXIV is as old-school as they come.
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