Is It Possible to Make $250 with Final Fantasy XIV?
Final Fantasy XIV is one of the hottest MMORPGs on the market. While this game is much like other MMOs, it does add its own unique touch to the industry. The player base is friendly and helpful, while the graphics and details are nothing short of stunning.
Whether you’re a fan of FF7 or you played Final Fantasy 3 on your SNES, you’re sure to love every aspect of this game.
Let’s take a look inside of Final Fantasy XIV to see what this game has to offer.
The World of Eorzea
You’ll be jumping into the world of Eorzea, greeted with stunning visuals, amazing seas and three great continents which are forged by heroes. Eorzea is where your story unfolds. You’ll follow a typical MMO where your main objective is to bring the world out of the eternal darkness that threatens the very existence of everyone.
And this game has over 5 million players that are ready to help you with your adventure.
The game currently has one expansion, Heavensward, that allows you to have endless months of fun without ever getting bored.
But if you’re trying to hit your first $250 with this game, you’re looking for the quickest and easiest way to make money. The best way is to look at the various features and offerings in the game.
You can have your own house in Eorzea with the ability to decorate the inside with furniture, and the exterior as well. These houses are especially lively during special events, such as Christmas.
Unlike many other games, fashion plays a big role in Final Fantasy. While these may be novelty items, you can dress your character up as you parade through the streets.
Crafting and Gathering
I’ve never understood the reasoning behind some of the biggest titles not allowing you partake in all crafting professions in the game. Instead, many titles force you into one or two roles that you’re essentially stuck with.
Final Fantasy XIV allows you to fill any role in both gathering and crafting.
A lot of money can be earned through crafting a high-end item, or farming for materials. The following crafting professions are available:
- Leather worker
You’re probably thinking that no one will need all of these professions. But Final Fantasy is a little different. You can level all classes on one character. This allows you to have the most fun in the game, but you do need to level each class separately. And each class will benefit from different professions.
It’s a little bit more complex than this, but it’s a lot more fun than having to go back to all of the old content and playing it again and again.
What does this all mean for you? First and foremost, you’ll be able to:
- Offer leveling to people that don’t want to level their character themselves.
- Sell crafting materials and gather supplies for people for real money.
And you also have the opportunity to offer boosting services. This allows you to boost other players through some of the game’s hardest content. If you’re dedicated, you can level each class so that you can fill any role needed, whether it be DPS, tank or healer.
Buddy services exist in the game that you can also offer, and in game currency sells for a very high price. It’s easy to make gil in the game, and selling just 3,000 Gil will net you $8 or more, depending on your server. Prices for 3000 Gil are as much as $25-$40, depending on the server.
There’s a lot of money to be made by selling currency.
Finally, you also have the opportunity to sell game accounts. Now, who would buy a game account for hundreds of dollars? A lot of players either don’t have the time or dedication needed to progress a character from scratch. If you’re just starting the game and you want to go straight into Heavensward, you might not want to go through all of the core content and start playing endgame content with your friends.
You’ll be one of the three players that:
- Desires progress
- Wants to compete with hard-core players
- Wants to get ahead of the competition
And these players are willing to pay hundreds of dollars for an account.
I know of an account that just sold for $700, and is a top legacy account. This was a PC account, and the account had 67 million Gil as well as some of the best gear in the game. The account was also ranked in the top 50 in PVP, which is definitely a bonus for anybody that likes player versus player action.
You, too, can sell your account and make money, or you can easily start making money today by:
- Offering boosting services
- Selling rare items
- Offering leveling services
- Selling crafting material
- Selling gathering material
- Selling PVP rankings
If you currently have an account that you want to sell, I want to tell you how to boost your profits by enhancing your character. You can do this by following these tips:
- Obtaining a lot of Gil that players would love to have.
- Ensuring that you have a ton of company seals.
- Leveling all of your classes and professions.
- Improving the rank of your chocobo and obtaining bardings.
- Completing as many main and side quests as possible.
- Obtaining rare mounts, such as recruit-a-friend flying mounts, minions, and prime mounts, to really boost your account value.
- Boosting your achievement points as this is a big selling point for your account.
- Boosting your rank in PVP.
- Trying to obtain player commendations.
- Leveling classes to at least level 50 – 60, if possible.
Don’t get me wrong, if you’re just flipping accounts, this is a lot of work. You can focus on other aspects, such as leveling your classes or obtaining rare gear or mounts that will add to the value of your account.
Selling multiple accounts should work together in an effort to boost your accounts as much as possible.
Making $250 from this game is a breeze, and many accounts that are nowhere near as complete as the criteria above sell for near $200 anyway. Accounts with the best-in-slot items have been known to sell for $1,000 – $3,000+ in the past.