With last week’s patch, Final Fantasy XIV introduced a new lottery system to give players a fairer chance at acquiring an in-game house. As the first lottery period concluded this morning, many players began reporting issues with the system and how it drew the winner numbers. Screenshots are circulating on social media showing “0” as
Rook is frozen in digital time and space as the team discusses what we've seen of Patch 5.35 so far! Housing rears its ugly head once again, but Bozja is just in time to save the day!
We're back! With Yoshi-P's latest letter to the community on upcoming housing ward increases and various Firmament related decisions. You guys know what happens when we get going on housing… It's time for some DISCUSSION!
Today, Square Enix announced that they’ll be adding more housing wards to Final Fantasy XIV with Patch 5.1 coming later this month. Since the addition of the game’s housing system, players have constantly vocalized the demand for additional plots due to lack of availability (especially on higher populated servers). Patch 5.1 will see the addition
A few days ago we had an article posted talking about housing, and the level of disappointment from the community. The wonderful thing about this community that we are all a part of, is that there are all sorts of different people with different play styles and opinions. Fusionx shared his opinions on housing, and
We would like to inform you that Producer/Director Naoki Yoshida has made a post on the official forums regarding the price of land in the housing system, implemented in patch 2.1. Proceed to the thread. Regarding Housing Price This is FFXIV: ARR Producer/Director Naoki Yoshida. First of all, allow me to express my thanks to
To say that people are unhappy with the housing prices announced for Final Fantasy XIV’s Patch 2.1 would be a grave understatement. Since the patch notes went live Saturday morning after the most recent Letter from the Producer LIVE, there has been mostly anger, disappointment and questions from the player community regarding the insanely high