Final Fantasy XIV Devs strives to eliminate barriers between data centers from Bale's blog

The World Access System, recently implemented in Final Fantasy XIV, allows players to go to servers in the same data center, but Square Enix's team set its goal on a larger target.

Currently, players from servers in different data centers cannot play together. However, in an interview with Gamescom in Germany, director, and producer Naoki Yoshida said that this might change his future. But pay attention to the same player's FFXIV Gil on different servers is not the same.

While physical data centers still exist, teams are looking for ways to break down barriers between data centers so that we can play with everyone else, regardless of the server and data center. This is a very challenging task. Developers are internally discussing how to do this from an engineering perspective. Unfortunately, it can not only happen magically, but it is still working hard.

Although there is no guarantee that it's going to work, they've got some ideas on the way to implement this "magic." According to Yoshida-san, they did start to see the lights following the tunnel, and the man encouraged fans to attend for further specifics of the matter.

If you are interested in the game (recently updated to version 5.05), you can go to the official website to learn about this Final Fantasy series. At the same time, you can purchase Final Fantasy XIV Gil for your own better gaming experience, which is also very important.

If you like role-playing, Square Enix recently released a new naming convention for the Viera and Hrothgar games. Final Fantasy XIV is currently available for PS4 and PC.

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