Final Fantasy XIV Heavensward Expansion Free For A Limited Time
One of the biggest RPG series to come out of the classic NES era, few series can compete with the sheer amount of core entries and numerous spinoff titles that the Final Fantasy series has produced. The series has done its best to also keep up with modern trends, and Final Fantasy XIV certainly aimed high to keep the series present in the MMORPG market, and what better way to do it than with something free?
While Final Fantasy XIV had a rocky start met with mixed reception, thanks to some retooling and new expansions, it has found more solid footing with its users. To encourage new players to join their ranks, Square Enix is now making the Heavensward expansion free to download for a limited time.
The Square Enix store has listed the Final Fantasy XIV Heavensward expansion as free for download. The expansion is available on Steam and PlayStation 4 for free for owners of the base Final Fantasy XIV Online Starter Edition of the game. The expansion will be permanently in the players’ possession if they are able to download it before June 27th.
This free offer comes just a couple of months before the release of the new Final Fantasy XIV expansion Shadowbringers, which is set to debut on July 2nd. This deal is likely hoping to see more new players join in on the game so that the upcoming expansion finds an even bigger audience than before. Time will tell if this plan Limit Breaks or not.
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