Might as well play this while you wait for Final Fantasy XV to come out.
With the release of Final Fantasy XV just months away, you may need something to keep you busy in the meantime. One solution may be to pick up an ultra-cheap copy of Final Fantasy VIX and explore its lush worlds to kill time.
Originally released in 2010, Final Fantasy XIV is now downloadable for PC, and it’s on sale for just $14.99 (not so shabby since it’s original retail price was $59.99). And there’s still so much to do!
This version contains both A Realm Reborn and Heavensward expansions, and was designed for solo play to be just as enjoyable as multiplayer, so you can hop into the world of Eorzea and have fun whenever you like.
The PlayStation 4 and Apple versions of the game are still full-price, so this deal is just for PC owners running Windows 7 or 8. Final Fantasy XIV still has an active community, and there’s a handy beginners’ guide on the official site as well.
In other words, the only thing standing between you and a chocobo ride is a measly $15. Buy it here.
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