Final Fantasy 14: Online Joins In Solidarity With The Rest Of The World In Pandemic, Suspends Evictions

Final Fantasy 14: Online Joins In Solidarity With The Rest Of The World In Pandemic, Suspends Evictions
Credit: Square Enix

As it turns out, all of us are living through a global pandemic. This has all been brought about by the existence of the Coronavirus, and it is a really, truly terrible thing. We all know of its deadly capabilities–unless you happen to be one of those who believe it is all part of a false-flag event–but even then: Who can doubt the amount of change this has brought out upon the world? No one. And this is the plain truth, pure and simple.

So it goes. Anyway, as you might have guessed, the course of this pandemic is changing everything around us. In some places around the world, governments have all chosen to suspend evictions and get help to stabilize the people. This is a good thing. But would you be surprised if the video game industry had decided to take a similar path for themselves? That’s right, folks. It seems this is exactly the way of things. Recently, Final Fantasy XIV has made a similar decision. Keep reading below if you want to find out more.

That’s the plain of it, my friends. As it goes, the developers behind the mammoth behemoth known only as Final Fantasy XIV has suspended all evictions within the game. This powerful MMORPG (massively-multiplayer online role-playing game) has the unique feature of allowing its inhabitants the ability to rent their own cool apartments and things like this. This is just absolutely wild and crazy.

In apparent solidarity with the rest of the world, the game has decided to give the video gamers a bit of breathing room where they will not be evicted out into the nothingness if they so choose. That is just so absolutely great when you think about it, and I honestly think about it a lot.

So here is how it works out: If you don’t have the money, don’t worry. Just pay it back to the developers later. And they will have their money. Count on that. That’s the problem with capitalism, folks. You might get by this month, but trust that the landlords will never forget this, ok?

As it turns out, you can use this to your advantage if you are crafty enough. I am now talking about the few mega gamers among us. Good luck out there if you think this includes you. You are going to need it. Be sure to check out Final Fantasy XIV if you want to have a real good time playing games and all the rest.