This week has been jam-packed with Golden Week recreation offers at Steam, the PlayStation Store, and the Nintendo Eshop, and the most recent deal is definitely a freebie that Final Fantasy XIV Online gamers will need to snag. If you do not already personal Heavensward, the critically acclaimed DLC is on the market at no cost on each PC and PS4 till June 27.
Important issues to know: The PC version is free from the Square Enix Store as a part of its Golden Week sale, whereas the PS4 model is on the market from the PlayStation Store. However, each the PC and PS4 enlargement require The Final Fantasy XIV Online Starter Edition to play (and in PlayStation’s case, you could personal it to even declare). Square Enix notes that its PC obtain of Heavensward is not appropriate with Steam’s model of the Starter Edition, so you may must personal the bottom recreation in some capability outdoors Steam.
Here’s the place a Twitch Prime membership is available in handy–the streaming website is at the moment giving freely a free PC obtain of Final Fantasy XIV Online: Starter Edition, however that deal ends tomorrow, May 3, so seize it ASAP in the event you’re additionally planning to get the Heavensward DLC whereas its free. On the Twitch Prime website, scroll proper underneath “Free In-Game Loot & More,” and you may see the FFXIV provide.
The Heavensward enlargement earned a 9/10 from GameSpot for its thrilling and epic continuation of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn’s story, beautiful visuals, detailed environments, and number of dungeons and challenges.
“Heavensward is an essential purchase for those who have spent more hours than they’d care to admit in Eorzea,” wrote critic Pete Davison in his Heavensward review. “While new players–or those who never beat A Realm Reborn’s complete story–may feel aggravated at being locked-out of the expansion until they catch up, there’s little denying that Final Fantasy XIV as a whole offers astonishing value for those willing to immerse themselves, and it will only continue to grow and expand over time.”