Final Fantasy XIV is Square Enix’s highest-grossing game after the scandal of over 24 million active players.
Final Fantasy XIV continues non-stop. Square Enix MMORPG continues to gain worldwide success, and while it’s widely played on PC, it’s been in the next generation since it arrived on PS5 last May. This week we learned that Final Fantasy XIV is Square Enix’s highest-grossing game From the history of the epic.
It was its director, Naoki Yoshida, who made this clear during a presentation of the upcoming expansion, Endwalker. During this, the Japanese made sure that the title crossed 24 million players, with the delivery being the most profitable to date.
That number reached eleven years after its initial launch. Oddly enough, the initial reception he received was not very positive, but the opinion of users has improved especially after the restyling that completely changed the situation. Four years ago, with the expansion of Stormblood 2017, the number dropped to just ten million players, less than half the number today.
As mentioned, Final Fantasy XIV is getting its new expansion very soon. The Endwalker would have a 30% greater narrative load, and in fact, from the study, they made sure there was a lot of historical material they were considering eliminating some of its parts, although that could also mean a bigger workload. We at 45Seconds.com have analyzed all of the game’s expansions so far, so if you’d like to dig deeper into their content, you can check out our Final Fantasy XIV checklist.
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