Final Fantasy 14 tops 2 million player registrations

Wednesday, 16th April 2014 04:30 GMT By Brenna Hillier

Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn has achieved a significant milestone.


Gematsu reports the MMORPG has attracted 2 million registrations since its relaunch.

The figure includes registrations on PC, PlayStation 3 and the brand new PlayStation 4 version, but not those made before Square Enix took the game offline and reinvented it from the ground up.

Final Fantasy 14 hit PS4 this week; check out the launch trailer. If you have the PS3 version, you can upgrade to PS4.

For those considering getting on board, Square Enix seems to have big plans for regular content, including major updates like the upcoming flying patch as well as smaller bits and pieces.



  1. jmg24bad

    Good. It really is fun

    #1 8 months ago
  2. salarta

    So… a lot less sales compared to the non-Final Fantasy game most people dislike, FF13.

    As much as it could be gratifying to say these numbers are a sign of the damage done to the franchise by FF13 and other Squeenix products, I think the truth lies mainly in FF14 itself. I think people are mainly avoiding it because of all the bad press the game got when it first launched. Squeenix did a complete overhaul, which is a rare case where I have something good to say about them, but bad press is still bad press. The other thing is simply that a lot of people don’t like to pay subscriptions, or play MMOs in general. It’s a much easier sell for a lot of people if they have one set price and an expectation that there’s a set number of hours.

    #2 8 months ago

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