Square Enix Releases Final Fantasy XIV 7-Eleven Promo Items in N. America
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Square Enix announced on Wednesday that it is partnering with online retailer Amazon for a North American release the Final Fantasy XIV items released in Japan as part of a tie-up campaign with 7-Eleven.
From June 14 to 27, those who make a qualifying purchase of at least US$19.99 (tax not included) in Amazon's Videogames Department will receive a code to unlock in-game items, including a Titan-themed Crag Mask, Maid and Butler Attire, a Fat Chocobo Mount, an Ifrit-themed Inferno Mask, and 99 Magicked Prism wings. The offer is exclusive to North America.
Square Enix released the game's patch 3.3, titled "Revenge of the Horde," on Wednesday. The patch includes new main scenario quests, beast tribe quests, flowerpots, hairstyles, and gear. The update also includes the new "The Weeping City of Mhach," "Hullbreaker Isle (Hard)," "The Aquapolis," "Palace of the Dead," and "Sohr Khai," dungeons, as well as "The Final Steps of Faith" trial, among other updates.
The game's previous patch 3.2, titled "The Gears of Change," arrived on February 23.
Square Enix released Final Fantasy XIV Online for personal computers in September 2010. After criticism from fans, the company revealed an updated version of the game titled Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn that adds a new world and story. Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn launched on Windows PC and PS3 in August 2013, and then on PS4 in April 2014. Square Enix released the first expansion for Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, titled Heavensward, last June.
As of August 2015, the game had over 5 million subscribers.