According to a post on a Final Fantasy XIV forum, Brazilian and Russian players have had a large monthly cost boost on Steam. One print has detected that monthly underling fees have left from about $9 per month to $13.40 per month. Meanwhile, Russian players have seen a cost boost from about $5 per month to $15 per month. According to Square Enix patron support, this was finished to “bring prices regulating these currencies in-line with a tellurian pricing structure”.
Players are also stating to a same percent increases on a MogStation itself. Items here embody emotes, dyes, etc.
Seventy-seven pages of responses prove a turn of unhappiness from a actor base. Many move a fact that a cost change was never announced, nor is it published on a FFXIV EU site.
First, we would like to appreciate we all for your calm while we got information that could be supposing to you. we know this is an critical regard for many of you, and had hoped we would be means to get behind to we yesterday, so we would not have to go so prolonged but an update. we would also like to appreciate we for gripping a thread polite and ominous for any other. While there are positively opposite perspectives, your tinge with any other has been respectful, that allows this contention to continue.
As we have forked out, we recently done adjustments to how prices in Brazilian Real and Russian Rubles are distributed for Steam users. These changes were done to move prices regulating these currencies in-line with a tellurian pricing structure formed on stream sell rates. In addition, these adjustments meant that prices now accurately simulate a pricing supposing on a other central channels and currencies.
Thank we again for your bargain and calm while we worked to get this information for you. If people are anticipating additional pricing discrepancies outward of what was mentioned, greatfully let me know, so they can be looked into.
You can check adult on a contention on the Final Fantasy XIV forum.
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