Inactive Final Fantasy XIV: Online players get free six-day trial period

If you’ve been inactive in Final Fantasy XIV for at least the past 30 days, you are eligible for a free six-day trial period. This is a limited-time event announced by Square Enix as a way to drum up interest for the latest expansion, Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers. This free login campaign starts today and lasts until Aug. 16. Obviously, you should already have previously purchased Final Fantasy XIV; otherwise, you’re not eligible. You’ll be able to confirm the service details for your account via the Final Fantasy XIV Mog Station.

The six-day free period includes the day in which users first log in and ends on the sixth day at 11:59 p.m. local time. Once the free login period expires, the servers will forcibly log you out from the game. If your account has been canceled or suspended due to a violation of the service agreement, you also can’t participate. And if you have multiple service accounts registered to a single Square Enix account, you can’t participate if at least one of those service accounts is currently active on FFXIV. You can find out more about the restrictions on the official website.

Final Fantasy XIV Moonfire Faire

This free login period coincides with the Moonfire Faire seasonal event. If you’re a level 30-or-higher player, you will receive an invitation to celebrate summer festivities until Aug. 26. There is a variety of challenges awaiting you, and you’ll be able to obtain several time-limited seasonal housing and character gear items. You can find the full details about the Moonfire Faire event, including all the quest and reward specifics, on the special event page on the official website.

What do you think of this free login campaign? Is it worth it to get players back in Final Fantasy XIV? Are you enjoying Shadowbringers already? Leave your comments down below!

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