By patch 4.2
The new phenomenon of a Japan-themed Shirogane housing district in Final Fantasy XIV didn’t go so swimmingly — we should know, we was there!
Right during reset during a diminutive hours of a morning (US), folks were watchful in a reserve to burst into a diversion and squeeze their new house. Except…most of them were foiled, as all of a wards sole out in minutes. Even with a relocation module in place (where people could simply pierce from their existent plots in a other 3 areas to Shirogane), a plots were simply taken instantly in some cases, and God dissuade we had work that day.
As a result, a game’s writer Naoki Yoshida has responded on a central forum for XIV, explaining that they will supplement some-more wards after conference fan feedback. Yoshida agrees that combined highlight on a servers was a cause that impacted some logins, heading to prolonged queues where players literally couldn’t even explain their preferred tract (that, or a reclocation underline didn’t work) — and they’re adding some-more wards to all 4 zones “by patch 4.2.” It’s good news! Final Fantasy XIV‘s housing conditions is a hotly debated subject among players and observers alike, though they’re perplexing to make a conditions they have now right.
As for my take, we indeed like a singular situation. It took me dual years to find a tiny residence in Mist, though we venerate my strand lodge and a thought of immobile neighborhoods. we live nearby some genuine life friends of cave and have seen people come and go — it’s a singular feeling, and something that would be mislaid with instanced housing (which exists right now with apartments and reside abilities for existent houses). A few new stories I’ve review constraint my thoughts perfectly.
In courtesy to housing in patch 4.1 [The Lodestone]
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