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Final Fantasy XIV Releases Paid Items To Get You to Level 80 & Ready for Endwalker as Early Access Begins

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Final Fantasy XIV Releases Paid Items To Get You to Level 80 & Ready for Endwalker as Early Access Begins

Square Enix opened the floodgates of the early access of Final Fantasy XIV’s Endwalker expansion and released paid items to get people up to speed.

Today Square Enix opened the floodgates of the early access of Final Fantasy XIV’s Endwalker expansion and released a few paid items to get people up to speed.

While now the expansion is available for everyone who pre-ordered, if you’re jumping into the game right now, it may take you a while to get to level 80 and complete the story so far.

If you don’t want to go through that and jump immediately to the beginning of Endwalker, you can with new items released on the Final Fantasy XIV Online Store.

The Tales of Adventure: Shadowbringers item (priced at $25) will allow you to skill the whole story all the way to the beginning of Endwalker. That being said, it won’t raise your level at all. It’s worth mentioning that you’ll still be able to rewatch all the cutscenes and redo the main story at a later time via the New Game+ feature.

The Tales of Adventure: One Hero’s Journey III category of items (also priced at $25), will kick one job all the way up to level 80. It will also give you level-appropriate equipment and some starting gil. You have to purchase the specific kind for the job you want, but it won’t actually get you through the story. This isn’t available for the new Sage and Reaper jobs.

Basically, if you’re getting into Final Fantasy XIV today and want to immediately get into Endwalker, you’ll need both.

On top of this, you can also get the Blackbosom Reaper scythe weapon if you’re a fan of Edda Blackbosom. It costs $3 for a single weapon or $8 if you want the bundle with all.

As a personal note, this article isn’t an endorsement of paying to skip your way to Endwalker. It’s simply to inform you that the possibility exists for those who are impatient. If you’re new to the game and would like my personal advice, just play through the story from the beginning and enjoy the leveling from 1 to 80. Especially now that the process between 1 and 50 has been considerably smoothed, it’s a great experience and a fantastic story. You’ll get to Endwalker a bit later, but the journey will help you enjoy the destination even more.

Final Fantasy XIV is currently available for PlayStation 4, PS5, and PC. The upgrade to PS5 is offered free of charge to those who own the PS4 version. Endwalker will release officially on December 7.

In the meanwhile, you can still enjoy Endwalker benchmark for PC, including the male viera character creation, and you can also read our hands-on preview.

If you want to see more about it, you can check out the latest details from a few days ago, the reveal of the extended trailer and the reaper jobthat of the male viera, locations, and release date, and the launch trailer.

You can also take a look at plenty of images, the original announcementtons of initial details, and the first official screenshots and art.

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