The Collector's Edition, costing $74.99, is much more robust in its features. Not only will it offer players eight days of early access, but it will also contain exclusive in-game items, a behind-the-scenes DVD, a Right of Passage Certificate, a Security Token, and a Travel Journal. A full description of each offer is available in the latest release. The monthly subscription cost will be slightly lower than most other games at $12.99. However, there is a catch as each additional character will cost players $3.00 a period, capping out at 8.
"Access to Eorzea is subject to certain license agreements and, after the 30-day free gameplay period, recurring subscription fees. All new game packages come with a period of free gameplay, one playable character and one non-playable retainer character (a non-playable character that provides free item storage and in-game merchant services). After the free gameplay period, the regular 30-day subscription fee will be $12.99. Each additional playable character will be $3.00 per period, with a maximum of 8 playable characters per account. Each additional retainer will cost $1.00 per period."
Final Fantasy XIV fans will be happy to learn that new details about the games 18 classes have been updated on the official website. The 18 classes will be spread across the game's 4 disciplines that include combat and crafting: War, Magic, Land, and Hand. Visit Official site for more information.
Discples of War: