Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood Has Top Notch Story And Graphics

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Final Fantasy is one of the best online games out right now, everything from the graphics to the story is top notch and Stormblood is no different. It is a great expansion offering some nice additions to the game. 

 

 

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood in another DLC for Square MMO series. It introduces many important new features. The largest of these are new locations. This time we fight with the resistance to free the province from the hands of the Empire. We also visit the Far East of Othard, a land which architecture and culture are inspired by Japan. In other words, the area is huge and there are a lot of things to do so if you liked base game try this one out.

 

The Final Fantasy brand is not an insignificant factor in XIV's success. The 30-year-old franchise predates Warcraft and almost every other MMO on the market. You might think activity from other titles in the brand help to drive players towards XIV, although the developer tells us he "hasn't seen a direct impact from" the success of FFXV.

 

Final Fantasy XIV also employs a neat tactic in convincing players to subscribe. Most MMOs make themselves free up to a certain level - in World of Warcraft, for example, that cap is level 20. While level arcs vary from game to game, FFXIV's seems higher and therefore more generous at level 35.

 

At level 20, beating a major boss battle earns them the title Warrior of Light, and NPCs recognise this status throughout the game's world. At level 30, players change from a class structure to one based on jobs - a staple of the Final Fantasy series. This opens up an entirely new progression path that free players only have five levels to explore. For more FFXIV tips and tricks, stay tuned to FFXIV4GIL. You can choose www.ffxiv4gil.com where you can buy Final Fantasy XIV Gil cheap.

 

You have to buy Final Fantasy A Realm Reborn, then Heavensward and now Stormblood. While that isn't much of a problem in itself, you have to pay a premium to even be able to play the game every month with a subscription. And on top of having to pay a premium, you have the cash shop that may not have a lot of pay to win options, but when you are paying premiums for the game and sub that is just pushing it. If the game wasn't so darn good it would have been rated lower by me for this, but it is a really well done game.