I am a person who always have an optimistic personality. I still hold hope when something bad happens. Though ffxiv has some problems , I am not upset. I still spend some ffxiv gil buying all kinds of production.
The question is, why has it taken so long just to have more servers added? The game needs to have the player capacity for each server raised, but additional worlds would have been an ideal way to relieve some of the pressure on already-established worlds early on.
I know when I began, Coeurl was one of the lower population NA servers and now it is just as packed to the brim as the rest of them. Every server is in this situation -- obviously the 5,000 player per world limit is too low.
It's a little embarrassing when my friends buy the game and expect to be able to play right away , but I'm still having a great time. It's difficult to be upset in this situation because the game itself is actually really good. The story is interesting enough, and the community is friendly. What more could I possibly want from a Final Fantasy game?
It's clear that Naoki Yoshida is obviously passionate about the game and his work, and one can only assume the rest of the Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn team are the same.It's just a shame they were so ill-prepared for what could have been one of the biggest MMO launches in the past couple of years.