At last, Valve found the solution to the problem that prevented Final Fantasy 14 from launching on Steam Deck. The developers did not talk much about the reason but revealed the success of fixing the launcher of Final Fantasy 14 thanks to a new update of the Deck's OP experimental branch.
The game is available to the users of Proton Experimental, but the release promises to be in a short time for fans anticipating MMO on a new Valve system.
At the same time, the downloading problems with Resident Evil Revelations 2, system crashes of Deathloop, and the difficulties with video playback in games Ghostwire: Tokyo, Street Fighter 5, Ember Knights, and others can also be resolved with a similar update.
But the list of games that became playable due to system updates is much longer. One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4, Cities XXL, Gary Grigsby's War in the West, Star Wars Episode I Racer, Cursed Armor, We Were Here Forever, Atelier Meruru, Age of Chivalry, and others can delight fans again.
Moreover, Naoki Yoshida, Final Fantasy 14's director/game producer, confirmed the problem solving with the game housing lottery system.
Last month, he apologized after discovering a malfunctioning feature that came into the game due to the new 6.1 Patch. The gamers participating in the lottery got messages which informed them about zero winnings because of a lack of participants or "0" winning numbers. However, the players could not even select the number.
Moreover, Square Enix reported their profit rise during the last year thanks to the high popularity of Final Fantasy 14 and successful game sales. We also want to remind the upcoming return of the game's digital sales and free trials, which were delayed. Get more info on the official store of Square Enix.