The Leading FFXIV Gil Seller - Uffxiv.com!

A user on Reddit recently conducted a large-scale analysis of Lodestone (check for yourselves). There are over 7M characters that exist in FFXIV - yet only 385K FFXIV Gil have reached 60

There are over 7M characters that exist in FFXIV

$10 to $15 will buy you a movie ticket for 2 hours of entertainment. It doesn't need to buy you 100+ hours of game content per month. A user on Reddit recently conducted a large-scale analysis of Lodestone (check for yourselves). There are over 7M characters that exist in FFXIV - yet only 385K FFXIV Gil have reached 60. People aren't quitting because there isn't enough content. They are quitting because it takes too long to get to the content.

 

I'd like to experience the challenges in this game. But by time I get there - they are all nerfed. Heck - I'd like to play Alexander Normal right now - but I have a boat load of grinding to do. The reason for all of this grinding? Because a minority (that just so happens to be the majority on these forums) will throw a hissy fit if they don't feel like they have a plethora of content to occupy their time with. The joke behind all of this - is that it's not additional content. It's repetition.

 

To get your first job from 50 to 60 (assuming you're actually playing the job, reading the text and not rushing to endgame) will legitimately take you roughly 50 to 60 hours if you're clearing the sidequests along the way. I'm almost there. I'm about to hit 60. But having a corporate job (60 hour work weeks) a family and other miscellaneous to-dos; I'll average a good 5 hours of videogame playtime a week. Believe it or not - but that's more closer to your average person.

 

50 to 60 hours for a videogame RPG story is completely fine. It's when you get there that the real grind begins. I'd like to beat a dungeon and move onto the next. Then move onto extreme primals and then move onto Alexander, etc. Admittedly I probably don't have the time to coordinate with others to ever do Savage - but I'm glad that content exists. It's good content for those who do have the time.

 

What do I find to be the bad content? Daily repetitive quests. Tomestone Caps. Re-running dungeons. Once, twice or maybe three times is enough for me. Except I'm forced to run them dozens of time if I want to unlock the new content. Give me all the content at once and I'll continue to support you month after month. I just want to enjoy the challenges before they get nerfed. I'm more than fine getting as little as 10 hours of content a month for $10 to $15. Just let me move onto the newly available content once I've beaten the old content. Life should not revolve around a game. People are realizing this. 5 million + registered users...yet only 385K FFXIV Gil are even at 60.

Related News
10
Aug

That mantra still applies to FFXIV

That mantra still applies to FFXIV. It's the internet. Just expect more of the latter. It stinks, yeah, but people take advantage of anonymity. And their insecurities show a lot when they're stressed

30
Jul

Final Fantasy XIV A Realm Reborn Bard vs Dragoon

As far as PvP goes, Bard is kind of the Sniper class of FFXIV. You don't move anywhere close to the front lines of a skirmish. Because of WM and the skills gated behind it

30
Nov

I started my crafting in the streets of Uldah as a nobody with barely any ffxiv gil

I started my crafting in the streets of Uldah as a nobody with barely any ffxiv gil, now I ended my career there in the same place of Uldah with friends' support! It's fate!

20
Jul

When did you start tanking in Final Fantasy XIV?

The learning curve and challenge really held my interest in FFXIV, my first mmorpg, as I read guide after guide and asked endless questions on FFXIV Realm.

24
Aug

Final Fantasy XIV - I enjoy and prefer it as a tank

I prefer and want Dark Knight as a tank, but not the tank it currently is. It has no identity other than to look cool, and do more MT damage than Final Fantasy XIV A Realm Reborn Paladin.

11
Dec

Not at the expense of a 2 million ffxiv gil fixture that gets destroyed the second we remove it

Whenever a new submenu item is added, it gets added to the top of the submenu. Great if you're going by the "We want people to notice and use their new menu options" theory

Leave A Reply

Final Fantasy XIV Top News