Square Enix has announced that they’ve removed the 14-day time limit on the Final Fantasy XIV trial for PlayStation 4, and you can now play the MMORPG for free for as long as you want, up to level 35. You’re also able to create one playable character per world, try out the first 10 floors in the Deep Dungeon, join parties with other players, and more.
As Square Enix explains, everyone can access the new free trial:
These enhancements do not extend only to new free trial accounts – existing or expired free trial accounts will be reactivated, allowing players to continue their previous adventures. Free trial players can access all content up to level 35, create up to eight playable characters (one per World), join parties or linkshell groups with fellow players, and even battle their way to Floor 10 in the Deep Dungeon.
Today also saw the release of Patch 3.56 for Final Fantasy XIV, which concludes the main narrative of Heavensward ahead of Stormblood’s release on June 20. The patch notes for 3.56 show that character data from the free trial can be transferred to the full version of the game at any time, but “this change only applies to accounts created after the release of patch 3.56.”