Square Enix Announces First Housing Purchase Date For New Final Fantasy XIV Data Center
Players on the new data center will be able to fight over a house soon.
As we all know by now, the new North American Dynamis data center will launch in Final Fantasy XIV on November 1. When it hits, players both old and new will be able to head there and make a home for themselves. It also means that they have a real chance at having what is not available to them on their current data centers – an actual, in-game home. And the chance to grab that home starts not long after the data center launch. In fact, provided you meet all the criteria – appropriate grand company rank and enough money in the bank – you’ll be able to start bidding on a home on November 4.
As with the system on currently existing data centers, there will be a nine-day rotation broken up between bidding and results on the process. The wards will be broken up into residential and free company districts. It’ll start out the same way it did on current servers, with Wards 1-12 being dedicated to free companies (for now) and 13-24 being available for private purchase. We’re sure that will change as private residences are filled and FC wards are opened up to individuals as well.
On an additional note, for those of you who collect all the mounts, a new Lotus mount has appeared in the store along with last year’s Halloween rewards. If you want to fly around on a shiny flower or you really want that clown costume from last year, now’s your time.
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