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I think if you’ve followed this mini-loop within an outside viewer, then you already have a rough understanding of how Final
Fantasy XIV works. In the worst instance, you can envision the gameplay at least a little. Therefore, this Guide relies on a
logical query:

“So how is FFXIV different from any other MMO?”

And here I will attempt to reveal this issue as much detail as possible (probably), as far as my conscience and inner fanboy
allows me.

The main difference between ffxiv data center split and (almost all) other MMOs is that the payment model, and it is as similar as possible to WoW.
Yes, the finale functions by subscription, with one very odd attribute. To begin with , there are two clients – one that you
download through Steam and the second that you download in the Square Enix official site. The distinction between them is that one
of them asks you to cover 289 rubles a month, and the other 900. It is fun, isn’t it? I really don’t quite understand how it
functions, but even if you own the game through Steam, SE still leaves one of the lordly chance to pay for a subscription for 900
rubles, and this lies just in the method of the subscription itself.

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The variant that is automatically updated each 1, 3 or 6 months costs 289, 800 and (some there else), respectively. One-time
payments for exactly the exact same time cost three times longer. How, why, for whom that was done – no one knows.

Additionally, the subscription itself has two kinds – standard and initial. I really don’t understand the difference in cost, but
that the”initial” version deprives you of is your ability to make more than 1 character for each kingdom (with no more than 8),
which does not really bother you, since I said before, on one character you can upgrade the rest of the professions. However, to
place on is another question, because the in-game money for modern equipment falls just once a day, but this hasn’t bothered me
personally.

The next significant distinction is the main focus of the game. On the surface, this is exactly the same linear MMO, like any
other, directing the participant from the hand through each of the attractions it has, but with an emphasis not on PvE, PvP or
additional material, but on the narrative itself, made in the best traditions of Square Enix… Not so – the scenario of the
current growth for ffxiv world status is the culmination of several narrative arcs at the same time that were installed several years before,
and regarding the quality of presentation it surpasses almost all other sections of Final Fantasy, and this is not only me, but
the vast majority of gamers, a lot of which would be the hardcore fans of the franchise.

Unfortunately, this also means that if for some reason that the participant does not like the storyline, then he won’t be
interested in paying to the subscription . And there’s a reason behind this, and it is introduced in the kind of content in the
most important game, namely A Realm Reborn. 90 percent of 2.0 content is easily the most typical fairy tale regarding
friendship-magic, where the principal character is sent to various parts of Eorzia to help with the problems of the aborigines,
then return to the headquarters, near which there is not even a teleporter, which compels you over and over again run a tiny
cross-country marathon to get a new mission and go to the other side of the world. And all this can be stretched over about 100+
hours of actual time, with quests that become more and more dull after completing the major plot, because they were made for to
stretch the time until the next implementation. Even those rare psychological and interesting moments that are in ARR light under
the load of”go-fetch” quests.