Conditions for Final Fantasy 14 have never been better than now. Naoki Yoshida, the game's producer and director, said in a new interview that the number of players in the MMORPG has exceeded 24 million. According to these statistics, this work is called the most profitable game in the Final Fantasy series.
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Speaking to the press at a digital event, Yoshida announced that after 11 years since the release of Final Fantasy 14, the number of players in this work has reached more than 24 million. In the chart that Yoshida showed to the media, in 2015, the number of players registered in Final Fantasy 14 was only 4 million. When the third major expansion pack, Stormblood, was released in 2017, that number reached 10 million, and now, four years later, that number has more than doubled.
Yoshida says:" You all know that everything was hard at the time of the initial Final Fantasy 14. Since then, we have succeeded in turning it into a very important role in the profitability of our company. It may be inappropriate for me to say this, but from a business point of view, we have been able to achieve great success. "As we move forward, we will not spare any investment to ensure that this is still one of the games our players can enjoy." 14 and the transformation from the catastrophic 2010 version to the current stunning version, which has become one of the most prominent macro online role-playing games, is like a real dramatic story. The work that was considered a disgrace in the Final Fantasy series in 2010 has now become one of the best versions in the history of this series and its most profitable game. The success of the game has been such that many World of Warcraft players have come to this work this year.
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All of this comes at a time when another huge add-on pack called Endwalker is on the way, which will undoubtedly double the enthusiasm of fans and draw new people to the work. Although Endwalker is set to end the game's main storyline, this does not mean the end of Final Fantasy 14. Yoshida spoke about the game over the next ten years and thanked the fans for their support and experience.