Final Fantasy XIV Celebrates Its 4th Anniversary With Special Events

By Mike Sousa on August 29, 2017, 7:20AM EDT
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Square Enix has announced is celebrating Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn's 4th anniversary, which happened this past Sunday. To mark this momentous occasion, the Final Fantasy XIV Online development team will host a special 14-hour livestream, which spans from September 1 to 2.

This special livestream includes the 38th installment of the ‘Letter from the Producer LIVE’ series, talk sessions with the development team and other special guests, and fun in-game challenges being tackled by the team. Players can expect a first look at Patch 4.1 content, where Yasumi Matsuno (Final Fantasy XII/Final Fantasy Tactics) will join Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida to discuss the upcoming 24-player alliance raid, “Return to Ivalice.” Matsuno will write the scenario for the raid as a special guest creator, bringing the world of Ivalice to Final Fantasy XIV Online.

This past year has been full of memorable moments. From Fan Festivals in Las Vegas, Tokyo, and Frankfurt, right through to the launch of Stormblood, we have been honored by the continued support of our players and are overjoyed to share this occasion with them. I wanted to thank our entire community, which has now reached 10 million Warriors of Light, for supporting us this far—here’s to even more exciting things to come!

Naoki Yoshida

In-game celebrations for the four-year anniversary began this past weekend with “The Rising” seasonal event, featuring fun activities and exciting rewards for players to earn. Furthermore, the Mega Mog Station Sale runs through September 26 and features discounts of up to 30% on a wide range of items available on the store.

For players that have yet to join the world of Final Fantasy XIV, there's a free trial available. The free trial allows anyone to access all available content up to level 35, create up to eight playable characters, and experience the different playable races, classes, and jobs with no restrictions on playtime.

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