‘Final Fantasy XIV’ director details housing lottery

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win your way up the property ladder

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FINAL FANTASY XIV‘s endwalker The intention of the expansion is to improve the home-buying system by introducing lotteries for MMOs.

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FINAL FANTASY XIVSpoke to the director of Naoki Yoshida pcgamer To provide details on the upcoming home buying changes in the game. The current system sees that property becomes available on a first come, first served basis. This causes hordes of players to gather around a house and try to claim it as soon as it becomes available. The new system will operate on a lottery, where players can enter their entries and a random winner will be selected to receive the property.

The two systems will both exist simultaneously. It is up to the developer whether a property will be issued as part of a lottery or as a first-come, first-served option. This can be done on a case-by-case basis and will extend to all areas of the game. This can also be implemented as a region-wide change if developers wish. may also be required FINAL FANTASY XIVA guild’s version to buy them, not individuals.

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Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker. credit: Square Enix

Once the lottery system is in place, players will be able to view a plot of land marked for housing. They will then be able to pay the amount deposited on the property by adding it to the pool for the lottery. Once a winner is chosen, they will be notified. From there, he will have limited time to finalize the deal and move to the House. Those who did not win the place will be refunded their deposit.

Yoshida also warned that players who abuse the system or apply with the intention of complying with the purchase will be charged.

Elsewhere, PlayStation Plus members will receive three additional PS VR games next month. These will be in addition to the normal games.

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