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Should I ?


 Heys guys,


   I am a fan of   FF games, but Hate FF XI    , so i didn´t a try on FFXIV: ARR yet . I was waiting for TESO but after a friend get bored in only two days i think that´s better use the money to finally try the ARR now.

   I would like to ask the vets if the game is bored like FFXI and has the same issues ( cannot play without party, hardest game to find party, die with one hit after lv14 if not in party , etc ) or is really a new game that can be played in party and solo well.


   Thanks in advance


  • drivendawndrivendawn Member RarePosts: 2,135
    To answer your question yes you can solo and its easy to party for dungeons via duty finder.
  • JimmydeanJimmydean Member UncommonPosts: 1,283

    It's has all the "conveniences" of a Modern MMORPG. Duty Finder, quick solo leveling, nerfs to content shortly after release, grind easy dungeons for good gear, etc. 


    Not a terrible game, just not very good either.

  • kabitoshinkabitoshin Member UncommonPosts: 852

    The game is very solo friendly there's parts in the story where you have to do a few dungeons to progress through the story. If  you like the standard themeparks then it's a good game, this game is very well done and looks great. The class system is like FFXI where one charachter can be all classes/jobs.

  • Four0SixFour0Six Member UncommonPosts: 1,175

    I am having trouble with the link ATM, which shouldn't be an issue since you found your way here, but if you go to Newegg.com, they have FF XIV for $15 digital download. :)

    Look in Digital Games. :), or $20, plus $5 shipping,  and they will send you the CD.


    Think I might give it a go myself.


  • RLWDRLWD Member UncommonPosts: 36

    Yes the progression up to level 50 is very easy and solo friendly(especially in the first class/playthrough).

    So party is not required but if you like leveling up through dungeons, it's very easy to find a group through the duty finder(group finder) and the game has a lot of dungeons along the progression to endgame.

    So yes, if those are the worries that are keeping you from trying the game, definitely give it a shot 

  • HyanmenHyanmen Member UncommonPosts: 5,357


    It's the same as comparing Warcraft 3 to World of Warcraft.

    Using LOL is like saying "my argument sucks but I still want to disagree".
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