In the latestpatch, you'll get an automatic update from Final Fantasy 14

In the latestpatch, you'll get an automatic update from Final Fantasy 14

The latest version for Final Fantasy 14 has removed the automatic log out option if players are inactive for 30 minutes.

Last year, the feature was included to alleviate congestion in the ever-popular MMORPG, as players complained about long queue times because to an excessive amount of servers.

Despite the fact that its removal in this new patch suggests that congestion is finally getting colder.

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Despite early warnings, congestion slowed following the release of Endwalker in December last year, with producer Naoki Yoshida apologizing to players for the long wait times.

In an extreme move, the game was withdrawn from sale, allowing for additional players to join the game.

Danach, Yoshida revealed new servers to relieve congestion, including the addition of the Oceania data center.

While the game remains popular - and the most profitable game in the franchise - it appears that congestion is less of a challenge than it was last year.

Patch 6.11a has brought a number of improvements, including multiple balance changes to PvP and other resolved issues. Complete patch notes in The Lodestone.

Final Fantasy 14 is now available on Steam Deck. If you''re lucky enough to own one, you can also play it on Steam Deck.

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