Final Fantasy XIV Is Offering Players Incentives For Joining New Server

Final Fantasy XIV Is Offering Players Incentives For Joining New Server

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Final Fantasy XIV Is Offering Players Incentives For Joining New Server

With the new Stormblood expansion upon us, Final Fantasy XIV is offering players incentives to move to its latest server. The brand new Omega server on the Chaos data center is the target. Omega is the first child of the post new NA data center, and it will perform wonderfully under stress.

In order to even out the play population to avoid congestion during Stormblood, Square Enix wants you to move. And for doing so, they are offering up some sweet incentives to make you consider. The first is that on character creation, you will get double bonus experience points. This will last all the way to level 60, and you’ll receive 10 silver Chocobo feathers as well.

The second bonus is that if you transfer during this period, prepare to receive 1 million Gil. Yes, that is a lot of Gil to spend in-game on your brand new server. You will also receive 15 days of free play time, which isn’t bad at all. The third and final bonus is for housing or apartment owners. You will get full reimbursement of the full price of the estate, on top of 3 million Gil for non-recoverable furnishings. For more details on the incentives, check out the official FFXIV site here.

Overall, you gotta admit that while it may be hard to leave your old server, the incentives to join Omega is pretty sweet. So will you be swapping servers for Stormblood? Let us know!

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