FFXIV Lifting Legacy World Transfer Restrictions in March

Posted Mon, Feb 24, 2014 by Martuk

Looking to get off of your Legacy server in Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn (FFXIV)? You’ll have your chance starting next month.

Square Enix today announced plans to lift its restriction on Legacy World transfers to non-Legacy Worlds now that those economies have had a chance to mature. The restrictions will be lifted as of March 1st, 2014. At that time, you can opt to jump servers. Just be sure to read up on the server transfer guidelines and expect a bit of a delay in your applications process due to what will likely be a high volume of players using the service.

As the economies of non-Legacy Worlds have now had time to mature, restrictions on World transfer for players on Legacy Worlds will be lifted on March 1, 2014 at 12:00 a.m. (PST).

Before using the World Transfer Service, please be sure to review the transfer service guidelines ( on the Lodestone or the FINAL FANTASY XIV: Mog Station.

Please note that there may be a delay in the processing of your application, as a large number of players are expected to make use of the service.

Proceed to the FINAL FANTASY XIV: Mog Station to begin the transfer process.

FFXIV is currently available on PC and kicked off its beta test for the PlayStation 4 over the weekend.

Source: FFXIV Transferring from Legacy Worlds


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