Final Fantasy XIV Surpasses 22 Million Registered Players Worldwide

Final Fantasy XIV

Square Enix have announced MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV has surpassed 22 million registered players worldwide.

The statement comes via Dengeki Online (trnaslation: DeepL), and also note this includes users who are registered for the free trial. This free trial lets users experience the base game and the content of the Heavensward expansion, and up to level 60. The games five regions include Japan, North America, Europe, China, and Korea.

In other recent news, the trailer for the upcoming Final Fantasy XIV 5.5 content patch titled Death Unto Dawn has been released. The mainline quest is sure to prepare players for the next expansion; Endwalker

You can find an abridged rundown (via Steam) below.

Take part in an epic and ever-changing FINAL FANTASY as you adventure and explore with friends from around the world. This product also includes the entitlements to play FINAL FANTASY® XIV: A Realm Reborn and the expansion pack FINAL FANTASY® XIV: HEAVENSWARD.

For newcomers to FINAL FANTASY XIV Online, the Starter Edition includes two award-winning titles – FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn, and the first expansion, FINAL FANTASY XIV: Heavensward.

Join over 20 million adventurers worldwide on an adventure that will take you to the heavens and beyond!

Includes 30-day free subscription period for all newly created service accounts*. User registration and service subscription are required to play the game.

* The 30-day free play period included with purchase can only be applied once to each platform on a single service account. Moreover, this 30-day free play period is not applicable to platforms on which a license has already been registered.

Final Fantasy XIV is available to Windows PC, (via the SE Store, and Steam), PlayStation 4, and coming soon to PlayStation 5, and Xbox One. A free trial is available via Steam. In case you missed it, you can find our Shadowbringers expansion review here (we can’t recommend it enough!)

Image: Steam

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Ryan was a former Niche Gamer contributor.

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