In order to make MMORPG better, the developers do a lot of work to maintain this upcoming game, and recently, they have decided to relocate all the North American data centers. Why are they doing this? Maybe a lot Final Fantasy XIV fans are doubting about it. The Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida spoke of this on the official Final Fantasy XIV forums.
“The FINAL FANTASY XIV NA data center was Square Enix’s first attempt at establishing game servers outside of Japan, and as such, we have spent much time quietly tackling related problems since the center’s inception four years ago.” While this may not sound bad, as games always have problems, there have been some rather large issues with the servers. Such voltage overload, as well as a literal lack of physical space for additional servers, means that the game couldn’t be optimized to run the game as best as it could be. Plus, with no room to add more servers, there was no way to help share the load of the game.
So you can know you will get more room when you are playing Final Fantasy XIV, it’s a good thing for you, so they’re relocating the servers to a place where the system itself can grow, and ultimately make Final Fantasy XIV better. But because the data is being removed, they will shut down the game, there are two aspects will be influenced: the FFXIV team laid out when the data would be moved, and how long the connected game worlds would be affected:
“Aether / Primal Data Center Worlds
From Monday, May 15, 2017 8:00 / 7:00 to Wednesday, May 17, 2017 8:00 (BST) / 7:00 (GMT) * 48 hours
Elemental / Gaia / Mana / Chaos Data Center Worlds
From Tuesday, May 16, 2017 8:00 / 7:00 to Wednesday, May 17, 2017 8:00 (BST) / 7:00 (GMT) * 24 hours”
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