Final Fantasy 14 Producer Introduces New Housing Lottery Fix Dates

Over the past few weeks, Final Fantasy XIV Players have been frustrated by issues with the game’s housing lottery system. The lottery system added in the game’s 6.1 patch didn’t work as planned, and Square Enix worked hard trying to get the issue under control. in a new way Blog postProducer Naoki Yoshida provided an update, as well as a fix timeline. According to Yoshida, things are taking longer to fix than originally expected, and players will have to wait until May 16 to fix the issue.

“Currently, we are continuing to create an on-premises server environment that simulates conditions on public servers to test ways to recover player lottery data. However, the creation of such conditions is subject to factors beyond our control and therefore we expect this phase will take about 8 business days. I sincerely apologize that this time It goes beyond our original estimates of how long the repairs will take, but since preventing further problems is our priority, it is necessary to ensure that data recovery procedures are comprehensive and tested,” Yoshida writes.

“We plan to perform maintenance to fix issues on public servers and restore lottery results data on Monday, May 16. More.”

This waiting period will likely frustrate some players, and the response to Yoshida’s statement was a bit mixed. Several players thanked the producer and Square Enix for keeping them updated throughout the process. However, others are not satisfied with how long the process will take. Some fans are asking for some kind of compensation for their problems, although this is often the case when an online game has any technical problem. Everyone involved is clearly working hard to resolve this issue and we hope there will be no additional setbacks, moving forward!

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