Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster may be getting a new delay every fifteen minutes, but that doesn't mean that there isn't any Square Enix goodness to be had on Sony consoles. Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn has been kicking and screaming on the PlayStation 3 for a few months, and now its PlayStation 4 release has finally been dated.
You'll be riding a next-gen Chocobo through the luscious MMO in April 2014. But if that's too long to wait, a beta test for the updated version will be released on 22nd February – which, incidentally, is the same day that the new console releases in Japan. We recently reported that owners of the PS3 version will gain free access to the shinier new edition of the game, but it's also been announced that those who've already put hundreds of hours into the older version will be able to transfer their progress over. However, this is a one-way process, so once you've transferred your save file you won't be able to switch back. Then again, with the notoriously glitchy PS3 port, why would you want to?
Will you be upgrading to the newer edition, or are your travels in the land of Eorzea officially over? Get moody in the comments section below.