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Final Fantasy 14 finally arrives on Xbox Series


Square Enix has revealed the appropriate release date for Final Fantasy 14 on Xbox Series , so the Xbox version has been a long time coming. 
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The Xbox Open Beta is only available to new Square Enix accounts, as it includes everything available in the free trial (more on that in a second) and progress will carry over to the full game.
Microsoft is offering Game Pass Ultimate subscribers the option to claim the Starter Edition of the game at no additional cost between March 21 and April 19. This also contains the same content as the free trial, and you'll get the base game and the first two expansions, Heavensward and Stormblood.
However, there are some limits to both options, and the free trial ends when you reach level 70, although you can keep playing indefinitely. 
Other restrictions include the amount of in-game currency you can carry and the inability to trade items with other players. 
Choose the Starter Edition and you can bypass the free trial level cap and other restrictions, but you'll have to start paying for the game's subscription after 30 days (this is in addition to the Game Pass Core or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription you'll need to pay to play the game on Xbox). 
If you'd rather not rush through the base game and the first two expansions, it may be better to stick with the trial until you've finished. 
It's worth keeping these things in mind as you prepare to set foot in Eorzea for the first time (or perhaps starting over after playing Final Fantasy 14 on another platform), however, given its ability to bring people together, it might be worth checking out Game with your friends and family if you haven't already.