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Square Enix is increasing the price of the Final Fantasy XIV Online service in certain parts of the world. While there’s no direct increase in the actual sales prices of the service, the company is implementing sales tax on various in-store items which will automatically see the price go up when buying digital goods.

In a blog post, Square Enix says that the sales tax will cover all state or local sales tax across all purchases made for Final Fantasy XIV Online. This covers the Final Fantasy XIV Online Store as well as the Mog Station.

This means from 25 June, all digital items will be more expensive on the service. It also includes all subscriptions. So in South Africa, whatever you pay for Final Fantasy XIV Online per month, will increase by 15%.

Square Enix confirmed that these prices will also affect all recurring services. So if you have an annual subscription which renews automatically, this will be increased the next time the subscription renews.

The company has urged players to update their registered address on their Square Enix account. Players are asked to check whether their details are correct ahead of the planned change. The sales tax increase is set to be implemented on 25 June. Just a few days after the launch of the new Final Fantasy XIV Online Dawntrail expansion.

Source: Final Fantasy XIV News

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