Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn – Free Trial Begins Today

Square Enix announced that starting today at 18:00 BST, players can try out Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn for free. As the big publisher noted, the 14-day free trial program will allow new players an opportunity to join over 2 million adventurers worldwide who have already begun their journey throughout the realm of Eorzea.

By downloading and installing the free trial software, which is available at its official website, players can play for free for up to 14 days from account creation to a maximum level of twenty. Free trial players will have certain limitations on available in-game activities.

The online game offers a wealth of playable content updates, including the recently released, Defenders of Eorzea, the Patch 2.3 update. It features Frontline, the three-faction PVP where up to 72 players can go head-to-head in direct combat; Chocobo Raising, where players can train their favourite feathered companion to reach its full potential.

Also starting today is the Recruit a Friend Campaign an easy way to invite your friends to play via the FINAL FANTASY XIV: Mog Station. As a special bonus, if an invited friend becomes a subscriber, you’ll get to enjoy a number of special In-Game Rewards.

If a friend subscribes for 30 days, you’ll receive:
Friendship Circlet (For Recruiters and Friends)
-Increases EXP earned by 20% when below level 25.

Aetheryte Pendulum (For Recruiters)
-Teleport to the aetheryte closest to New Adventurers on your friend list free of charge.
-The Aetheryte Pendulum can be used for any New Adventurers on your friend list, even if you have not invited them via the Recruit a Friend campaign.

If a friend subscribes for 90 days you’ll receive:
Draught Chocobo Whistle (For Recruiters)
-A special hand-carved whistle used to summon a draught Chocobo, capable of accommodating a second passenger when partying with others.

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