from Stefan Brunk
As Square Enix announced in a press release, around 20 million players have already tried Final Fantasy 14. In addition, the special page for Patch 5.3 "Reflections in Crystal" has been updated again.

Even though Final Fantasy 14 has been around for a few years, it is becoming increasingly popular. It is therefore not surprising that Square Enix was able to announce the latest milestone of over 20 million registered players in a press release. It's not just active subscribers, but the number can still impress.

The content that is coming with us can also impress Patch 5.3 "Reflections in Crystal" will be expecting. In addition to the continuation of the main scenario and another chapter of the Chronicles of the new era players can look forward to new trials, dungeons and the combat zone "The Bozja South Front". Now that 59. Letter from the producer LIVE with Naoki Yoshida, you also have the official special page updated again for the update and supplemented with the new content that was announced during the live letter.






Final Fantasy 14: 20 million players and update of the 5.3 special page (2)



Final Fantasy 14: 20 million players and update of the 5.3 special page (2)

Source: Square Enix




In addition to the updates to the Queen's Guard, we can also take a first look at the new chapter of the NieR raid. On the special page it says: "After a long period of rest, 2P finally comes back to life … and Komra is immediately hit by another threat! What secrets are in the strange military base that suddenly tore a crater into the middle of the Duergar Mountains? "

Patch 5.3 "Reflections in Crystal" is due on August 11th Appear in 2020. As always, we are looking forward to your comments. What do you think about the milestone of 20 million players who are already playing Final Fantasy 14 (buy now) tried? Are you already looking forward to Patch 5.3?


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