Final Fantasy XIV Free Login Campaign

Final Fantasy XIV Free Login Campaign Returns

From November 18 to December 16, 2022, Final Fantasy XIV players can take advantage of the Free Login Campaign. Naturally, there are some stipulations regarding eligibility, but if you meet these requirements you can access the MMORPG for up to four days entirely for free. Square Enix shared information on how returning players can receive this free game time.

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The requirements are fairly simple if you already have an existing Final Fantasy XIV account. In order to access the Final Fantasy XIV Free Login Campaign, you will need to have had at least 30 days of inactivity on your account. This means that your account has gone without having a subscription for said period of time. Additionally, you must have purchased Final Fantasy XIV at any point in the past. This could either be the A Realm Reborn base game, or any pack and expansion.

Keep in mind, however, that once you log into the game the four day period of free game time will immediately begin to tick down. It also does not pause when you log out of the game. So if you want to make the most out of the Free Login Campaign, make sure to pick your days accordingly.

This isn’t the first time Square Enix has offered free game time to players. Every so often, Square Enix brings the campaign back. For example, it reappeared in June 2022 and gave players up to 96 hours of free game time.

Final Fantasy XIV is available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC.


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