Final Fantasy XIV: Over 5,000 accounts blocked for real money trading – News

Final Fantasy XIV Game News: Over 5,000 Accounts Suspended for Real Money Exchanges In less than a week, Square Enix closed the accounts of more than 5,000 players who violated the Final Fantasy XIV Terms of Service by submitting an “exchange for real money.” Money and other illegal events participated in “activities” while an additional 800 were received for organizing or promoting such transactions.Last week, between February 25th and March 3rd, Square Enix conducted an operation on accounts, directly or indirectly associated with real money trading (RMT), i.e. real money exchange, as well as other illegal activities within its flagship MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV. Through a post published on the game’s website, the publisher informs us that 5,037 accounts have been closed because they participated in real money transactions or other prohibited activities. On the other hand, 8 14 accounts blocked for organizing or promoting this type of practice. As a result of these exchanges, players using these services often seek to sell or buy better equipment. As a reminder, this is not the first time Square Enix has performed this type of operation, as more than 9,500 accounts were suspended in 2019 for similar reasons but also for the use of bots. In its post, the publisher reminds players that they must report to developers if they observe such practices using the following menus: (System Menu) -> (Support Desk) -> (Contact) -> (Report Cheat) In the meantime Let’s keep in mind that the next expansion for Final Fantasy XIV, Endwalker, will be out this fall. About Final Fantasy XIV: From TheXsable, writing by jeuxvideo.com MP