An MMO like Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn it can take over 100 hours to complete, and that’s without taking into account your ever-growing list of huge expansions, which add between 50 and 100 more hours. This doesn’t seem like a problem for Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi, who has reportedly completed Final Fantasy XIV in a month and is already gearing up for the Endwalker expansion, which comes out on November 23.
As reported PCGamesN, Sakaguchi started playing Final Fantasy XIV in late September and shared his progress and screenshots on Twitter. Sakaguchi only needed 16 days to complete the base game and only two days to Heavensward. He then completed Stormblood, Shadowbringers, and the contents of the smaller patches by October 29.
Counting the base game and the three expansions, Sakaguchi’s number of hours played adds up to around 300 hours of play in a month according to HowLongToBeat. Although according to some fans, the figure could be much higher because you have completed additional content of smaller patches and could also have entertained appreciating details or simply doing some activity longer than usual.
— Hironobu Sakaguchi (@auuo) October 31, 2021
Sakaguchi left Square Enix in 2003 in a pretty tense situation. He then founded Mistwalker, which released Blue Dragon in 2006 and more recently the iOS RPG Fantasian.
Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker is scheduled to launch on November 23, 2021. In addition to having hours upon hours of new story content, the expansion will also include several new areas, as well as two new job classes.
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