Final Fantasy XIV PS4 beta details

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PlayStation 4 gamers won’t be left out of Final Fantasy XIV:A Realm Reborn for too long. On February 22nd, any PS4 gamer who has already purchased the game for the PS3 will be allowed to take part in the game’s beta for Sony’s new system.

Additionally, players who own the PS3 version of the game will be able to move to the PS4 version of the game for free as well as have their characters move to the new system for free.

More details of the beta will be available soon.

Interested in jumping into an online Final Fantasy game on your new PS4? Let us know in the comments.

Written by Kyle Jessee

Kyle Jessee

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  • John Davidson

    Currently playing on PS3, was hoping it would be out on PS4 a little earlier.

  • Keith Dunn

    Ahhhh…..will it have chat….AUDIO CHAT? I know that typically MMOs do not and the PS3 version does not. But I refuse to try to add another degree of difficulty in real time battles by trying to remember which command is which and what and how and that thing on the Dpad does this one and……to Hell with that noise.
    DCUO tries to have voice chat and it’s spotty as all git out. But gosh darn it, they TRIED on a machine with just a little RAM.
    So with 8FGB (FrickinGigaBytes) they ought to have nary a problemo! Yes? Yes.
    I will buy it and happily play it if I can TALK.
    On PS4.
    But buying it for PS3?

    • Won’t be an issue on the PS4 as the system will have party chat itself.

      …well, that is if you don’t care to add random people to your party chat and it is easy to do so

      • Keith Dunn

        Ah! I forgot…..excellent.

  • Stryfe84

    Playing on PS3 at the moment and really enjoying it. The controls definitely take a little getting used to, but it’s very playable and will feel fine once your used to it. It’s plenty customisable and looks gorgeous.

    I was fully prepared to double dip in order to upgrade to hopefully stunning graphics, remote play (sweet for grinding and trade skills etc) and party chat. Announcing it for free is just excellent news. Until then, Skype will make do!