Square Enix recently announced that massive multiplayer online role-playing game Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn has more than 5 million registered accounts across the world. This includes accounts registered in Japan, North America, Europe, and China, but does not include any free trial accounts.
In addition to this, during an event to mark the two-year anniversary of A Realm Reborn, Square Enix gave details about the game’s upcoming 3.1 patch. The patch adds new quests, new dungeons (Saint Mocianne Aboretum and Pharos Sirius), a new Primal Battle, and a new alliance raid dungeon called “Void Ark.” Players will also be able to earn experience points in the level 50 dungeons.
The game was released back in 2010 under the title Final Fantasy XIV Online. However, after much criticism and backlash from fans, Square Enix released the game with an entirely new world and updated story. In canon for the game, the entire realm was destroyed, hence the new title A Realm Reborn. The game is currently playable on PC, PS3, and PS4 and its first expansion, Heavensward, was released back in June.Tweet