Square Enix has recently offered Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood for pre-orders in North America starting on Jan. 24, 2017. The second MMORPG expansion of the video game is still scheduled to roll out internationally on June 20. It will be launched digitally and physically in standard edition and collector's edition in two platforms, PC and PlayStation 4 and digital-only on Mac OS.
Here Are The Offers Of Square Enix
Gamers who pre-order Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood will get advanced access of the video game starting on June 16, 2017. They will also have the option of pre-ordering the digital download version. Gamers can also order the physical disc copy of the game's Collector's Edition for PS 4 and Mac OS.
The Collector's Edition of Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood comes with in-game items for gamers who are after an enhanced gaming experience. It also has contains some exclusive goods. Gamers who order this special edition will get it in a golden box. Inside the box is an art book of the game, a sticker with the expansion logo, a cloth map of Eorzea, and a figure of Zenos yae Galvus, an evil tyrant in the game.
But Gamers Still Need To Complete Heavensward's Storyline
It is true that gamers who make their pre-orders of any version of Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood will be given advanced access to the game. But before they can enjoy the latest storyline, they still need to complete Heavensward's key storyline elements. These particular elements have been released recently through the Patch 3.5 update.
Other Bonuses That Are Offered By Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood
In addition to these items, they will also receive a pair of Ala Mhigan Earings, a wind-up Red Mage Minion, and for PSN purchases, an exclusive Theme and Avatar. Gamers can also expect additional bonus items to come with Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood. These include Battle system updates, new level cap increase, new dungeons, exploration of underwater locations with diving and swimming, new beast tribes and primals, new crafting recipes and new gears, and many more.