Square Enix Releases HUD Mods for Final Fantasy 14 and The Game Director, Naoki Yoshida, promises to improve the game

Square Enix Releases HUD Mods for Final Fantasy 14 and The Game Director, Naoki Yoshida, promises to ...

Naoki Yoshida, the game''s director, has recently acknowledged the difficulties of many Final Fantasy 14 players with regard to the UI, noting that Square Enix will be able to improve the functionality of the HUD. This comes shortly after a severe crackdown by the company on the use of such modifications.

The use of third-party tools is strictly prohibited, according to Yoshida in a statement. Players who are determined to be using third-party tools will have their accounts suspended or permanently banned for repeat offenses.

The executive on the other hand admitted that players in the United States may exploit third-party capabilities to expand the HUD and disclose additional information, given that they believe that existing functions are inadequate for fulfilling high-end tasks. In recognition of this, we intend to investigate the most prominent tools and in order to discourage their use, and we''re aiming to make it happen. Although it will take a long time, we''re very open to making it happen.

This comes a little too late for the team of players known as Neverland who just became the first people in the world to remove Reprise. Square Enix was quick to congratulate Neverland before deleting the video showing them clearing this notoriously difficult raid. Congratulations! We''ve all agreed that we would like to include additional features on the UI in our videos.

Yoshida said that he was aware of world races for high-end duties. It is a pleasure to see so many players participate in a race as well as spectate with great interest. However, we have only released duties that we have proved can be beaten with the games standard features.

Square Enix wants to recognize your achievements and drive community involvement, but added that if our recognition encourages excessive competition and controversy in the extent that players use third-party tools, I regret to say that we may need to reconsider making comments in the future.