Final Fantasy XIV reminds players of the new plots arriving in patch 5.35

    
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Final Fantasy XIV reminds players of the new plots arriving in patch 5.35

When patch 5.35 arrives for Final Fantasy XIV, players will have an incentive to take a break from building what is expected to be the next housing area in order to potentially purchase a home in one of the newly added wards. The official site has reminded everyone that the patch will bring with it three new wards with subdivisions to each housing district, meaning 180 new plots of land per district; that’s 720 plots per server, since there are four districts.

It’s also worth noting that relocation and new purchases for both private and free company estates will be available, so players should expect a housing rush to contain all sorts of players (followed by a counter-rush to fill any and all relocated plots). There’s no date yet on when patch 5.35 will arrive, but it’s also worth remembering that more housing servers to further increase capacity are on the way, just made slower due to the restrictions of the pandemic.

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Toy Clown

For the first time playing FFXIV, I’m working hard to be ready for this day. When I realized how bad camping a housing spot was, I decided I didn’t have the time or patience for that and humbly accepted that I would probably never have housing other than my apartment. I’m excited, but trying to temper that excitement as trying for a house on Balmung might be overreaching expectations to get one! I’ll still try! Even planning a day off work once they lock a date in.

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Dagget Burmese

There is a lot of pressure built up, I expect every plot to be nabbed within an hour of the servers coming up at 5.35. Plots vacated by movers can take another day due to the random release timer.

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Armsman

Within and hour? Try within the first 5 minutes.

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Eliandal

Yeah, being on Balmung myself, I’m not even going to try. 720 plots is literally a drop in the bucket :/