Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker Early Access Starts Dec 3, ‘High Congestion Potential’ Says Square Enix
In less than a week we will release Final Fantasy XIVThe Endwalker expansion is highly awaited, and as with most major launches expect to see a massive influx of players into the MMORPG on launch day. Even though Square Enix says it’s doing everything it can to reduce the impact of the inevitable population boom, the studio is still warning players. expect congestion and long queue times from Early Access to full release and maybe even more.
“Since the launch of the new expansion is when a large number of players will be playing for an extended period of time, we are expecting much more concurrent logins than usual. Furthermore, following a significant increase in player base in all regions since the summer of this year, we are currently having a record number of active users and are therefore expecting some postings. import has not been seen since the launch of FFXIV. ”
Unfortunately, adding new Worlds will be out of reach due to the current shortage of semiconductors. But the team says that it has taken every other measure available to them, including replacing suitable servers with more powerful ones, raising the concurrent login limit, increasing processing speed and optimizations. server processes.
Square Enix said: “We will further strengthen our monitoring of the situation to allow as many players to log in as possible. “We ask for your understanding and cooperation on this matter.”
Endwalker officially launches on December 7thNS with Early Access starting December 3rd for those who have pre-ordered the game. In preparation for the expansion’s release and the upcoming end of the current story, the team will look back at the early days of Final Fantasy XIV by re-release Version 1.0 trailer. You can check that out right below.
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