It’s been a couple of months since Square Enix launched Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, or relaunch, depending on how you want to look at it. Based on initial reviews of the game, everyone seems to be pretty pleased with Square Enix’s efforts which is more than can be said for the previous Final Fantasy MMO attempt. In any case for those looking for the numbers, a report from Famitsu has revealed that the game has since managed to hit about 1.5 million registered users since its launch. However it should be noted that the 1.5 million users might not necessarily be active users, and some might have registered for the game and might not actually be playing it, as well as taking into account those who registered for the game in its previous iteration.
In any case we guess 1.5 million registered users is pretty impressive for a game that’s been on the market for about two months now. As it stands other popular MMOs, such as Blizzard’s World of Warcraft, has seen a decline in subscribers and currently sits at about 7.7 million active subscribers, but those numbers could have dropped since we last reported it. Perhaps A Realm Reborn will be able to hit those numbers, or maybe even beat Blizzard’s record of 14 million when World of Warcraft was at its peak, but we guess we will have to give them sometime. What do you guys think? Will the game’s subscriber base be able to hit the millions in double digits?
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