of Stefan Brunk
The new free login promotion allows former players to play Final Fantasy 14 for a full 14 days for free. You can try out all the content that the MMO currently has to offer.

Have you had a long break from Final Fantasy 14 and wanted to come back for a long time? Then now is the perfect time for it. With the new Free Login Promotion You can play for a full 14 days for free and enjoy all content up to patch 5.55, including the main story, dungeons and raids. The campaign is scheduled to last until August 23, 2021.

If you want to take part, all you have to do is download the game client and log into it. From this point on you have 14 days to let off steam to your heart’s content. Please also note that your account must have been inactive for at least 30 days in order for you to be able to participate in the campaign.

A lot to experience

Those who haven’t looked in for a long time can experience a lot in their 14 days of free playtime. With the main scenario in Patch 5.55 “Death unto Dawn” the way to the upcoming Endwalker expansion was paved. In this way you will experience firsthand which events are to herald the fall of Eorzea.

But there are also a lot of novelties to discover in a playful way. That was the dungeon Paglth’an Part of the new main scenario and was firmly woven into its story. The from NieR: Automata inspired raid “YoRHa: Dark Apocalypse” has now also come to an end after the “Tower: paradigm breaker“It was a matter of conquering with a whopping four new bosses. The quest series about the Queen’s Guard has also come to an end. You are allowed to enter the new area Zadnor romp around and complete their weapons of resistance there and upgrade them to level 535.

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