If you pre-ordered Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, you may have noticed that the pre-order registration site, which you need to use to gain early access to the game, is now accepting pre-order codes.You’ll probably get a error saying that “There was a problem”.Some things never change. This is pretty much par for the course with most MMOs, but Square Enix seems to have a particularly hard time anticipating problems and preparing for overload from its customer base.
Combine that with the fact that several North American customers reportedly received codes that belong to the European version of the game, and we’ve got a bit of a mess. The last word from the Final Fantasy XIV Twitter account is that the form has been disabled, which is fine — except that it’s still online and purports to be working. If Square Enix actually disabled this form, shouldn’t it improve the customer experience just a little bit, and tell people on that page that the form doesn’t work?
A Realm Reborn is the new version of Final Fantasy XIV that is being released because the original FFXIV was massively disappointing and wildly unpopular. One would think that if Square Enix ever needed to get something right, it was now. The beta stages went by fairly well, and the game is certainly much, much better than the original FFXIV.
Early access is scheduled to begin on Saturday, August 24. The game becomes available to the remaining masses on the following Tuesday, August 27.you can buy FFXIV Power leveling service from our website to accelerate the level updating then.