Final Fantasy XIV PlayStation Plus Reward Adds Free Aetheryte Destination
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Final Fantasy XIV PlayStation Plus Reward Adds Free Aetheryte Destination

Square Enix released a Final Fantasy XIV PlayStation Plus rewards on May 23, 2023. This update gives people additional travel support. If someone subscribes, then they get an additional free Final Fantasy XIV Aetheryte destination. This means instead of just one, a players would have access to two. The bonus can be claimed until May 31, 2023.

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Here’s how fast travel via Aetheryte in Final Fantasy XIV works. Typically, you need to use an Aetheryte Ticket or gil to teleport through the game’s aetheryte network. However, you can set one destination as a free one and an additional three registered as favored that cost half as much to go to.

So if someone subscribes to PlayStation Plus, they can claim an additional Final Fantasy XIV Aetheryte destination and set it as a “free” one. Once the deal is claimed, someone can use that extra Free Destination for 30 days. Square Enix’s product page for it on the PlayStation Store notes this will be a regular bonus for subscribers. So every month starting with this May 23, 2023, people will be able to claim and use this reward.

Final Fantasy XIV is available for the PS4, PS5, and PC, and the May 2023 PlayStation Plus Aetheryte Additional Free Destination can be claimed until May 31, 2023. The 6.4 patch is now live in-game, though there is an audio bug we may experience after the update.

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