Final Fantasy 14 Stormblood expansion is free until May

Square Enix has announced that the second major Final Fantasy 14 expansion titled Stormblood will be free for a limited time.

Shared on a Twitter post this week, Square Enix have announced this limited time deal. They are offering players the chance to add Stormblood to their accounts free of charge. If you are interested in this deal, make sure to grab it between March 27 to May 8.

Final Fantasy 14 Stormblood Expansion Requirements

In order to be able to play the expansion, you must already own the Final Fantasy XIV Starter Edition. This edition comes with the expansions A Realm Reborn and Heavensward. Additionally, you will need to have an active subscription to the game to access Stormblood.

Once you have redeemed the free expansion, it will stay in your Square Enix account even after the limited time. Additionally, this deal is eligible across all platforms, including PC and PlayStation. 

What was new for Stormblood?

As the second expansion following the critically acclaimed Heavensward, Stormblood continued the story of your Warrior of Light. As well as more story content, it also allowed players to unlock two new job classes – Samurai and Red Mage. 

Additionally, to celebrate this offer, the official Final Fantasy 14 Twitter account is hosting a Stormblood based giveaway. This will allow two winners and six runner ups to win everything from art books, character statues and even a cutlery holder. You can enter here!

Image of what is available for the Final Fantasy 14 Stormblood giveaway being hosted on Twitter

Free Login Campaign

There’s more! FF14 is also running a free login campaign at the moment. This allows players who have taken a break from the MMO to return for free for a limited time. This will run until May 8 and offer eligible players 96 hours of gameplay. You can read more about this here.

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