New players will be able to purchase digital copies of Final Fantasy XIV for the second time since January 25th, the game director and producer Naoki Yoshida is he announced in a long post. Square Enix suspension sports and digital marketing in mid-December last year, because they were doing very well what the company could care for at the time. People have been waiting for hours to come in when they are trying to play for too long, because “playing hours … [the game’s] server size. “Unfortunately, the developer was unable to add other servers before that Endwalker The growth was due to the decline of semiconductor in the world.
In his letters, Yoshida outlined the company’s approach to dealing with the growing population of the game. Initially, Square Enix re-launched the Oceanian Data Center online on January 25 and opened five new Countries from scratch so that everyone in Oceania could transfer for better information. Globalization work has been suspended here, but it will resume on January 26 – further, migrants to new Oceanian countries will be able to do so for free.
Yoshida has also revealed that Square Enix has been working to expand its data center in Japan, Europe and North America. The company explained that due to the shortage of semiconductor worldwide, it took time to purchase the necessary equipment to bring it online. Instead, it should establish a new data center in sections, because it still has a hard time finding the necessary server tools.
In North America, the first phase of the development will take place sometime in August 2022, and four new countries will go online. The second phase will be launched in the summer of 2023 and will open four more States. For Japan, the developer plans to add one of the three available locations to reduce the number of Worlds for each of them. European growth will also take place in two phases, the first of which is scheduled for July 2022 and will bring four new Countries online. In the summer of 2023, Square Enix will establish a new data center with eight new European countries.
“Once again, I would like to apologize for the delay in server growth due to the reduction of semiconductor in the world,” Yoshida wrote. He also urged players to understand that they have resumed the sale of the game, although some may feel that the decision was not delayed. Square Enix will monitor server stability after resuming the sale and may restart free trial if all goes well. However, if the servers “continue to experience major disruptions” even after taking action, the developer may consider suspending digital marketing.
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