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Final Fantasy XIV desperately tries to up retention

Final Fantasy XIV, to set it lightly, did not have the smoothest launch ever. In fact, I was capable of play a near finished create a few E3s back, and I was utterly surprised which they were planning to push it to promote -- that it was barely playable. No matter how cool the launch trailer was (and yes it was damn cool), an exorbitant volume of FFXIV Gil people either never used it, or got sick and tired with Square's absence of support for that game.

Well, now, Patch 1.22 hit, which adds a amount of new content packs, as well being a fairly unique addition: subscription incentives. If you're actively playing the overall game for at least ninety days from the of January 6th, 2012 up to now, you can actually play the experience at a lower rate of $9.99. You'll also receive a free Chocobo as well as your name will be from the upcoming Version 2.0's credits. If you're inactive, you are able to come back to your game totally free from May 9th to May 20th.

Is that enough for any person? It sure isn't enough to me. I'm going to become too busy looking over Guild Wars 2 beta events and Tera to Buy FFXIV Gil consider FFXIV. Maybe 1 day down the road they will just remake FFXI -- a totally great MMO.

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