Square Enix will today launch a 14 day free trial for the PC version of subscription-based massively multiplayer online game Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn.

The trial version, which goes live at 6pm UK time this evening, lets you get up to level 20, but there are some limitations on in-game activities.

Here are the limitations, according to the free trial terms:

  • No in-game micro transactions can be made during the Free Trial.
  • Players have ninety (90) days after the Free Trial expires to upgrade to the full retail version of the game in order to keep playing with the same in-game and character data.
  • Any upgrade to the full retail version of the game during the Free Trial shall result in the loss of any unused Free Trial time.
  • A Free Trial account will only allow creation of eight playable characters, restricted to one playable character per World.
  • Free Trial account characters will have their level capped at level twenty.
  • Free Trial account characters will have a capped amount of in game currency (GIL) that may be obtained.
  • Users will not be able to use "shout", "yell" or "tell" in-game chat options during the Free Trial.
  • Users will not have access to the in-game market board during the Free Trial.
  • Users will not be able to trade items with other players during the Free Trial.
  • Users will not be able to use the Mogletter service during the Free Trial.
  • Users will not be able to hire a retainer character during the Free Trial.
  • Users will be able to join a Linkshell if invited, but cannot create a new Linkshell during the Free Trial.
  • Users will not be able to create or join a Free Company during the Free Trial.
  • Users will be able to join a party if invited or by using the Duty Finder, but cannot assemble a party during the Free Trial.
  • Users will not be able to login to the Lodestone and or any other game forum during the Free Trial.

Unfortunately the free trial is not available for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game, the publisher confirmed to Eurogamer.

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