Final Fantasy 14 and Genshin Impact are both behemoths. Although developer Hoyoverse released Genshin just two years ago, the game has grown to include several giant regions and features a regular cycle of new content and events every six weeks. Similarly, Square Enix released Final Fantasy 14 in 2010 (and then again in 2013) and it still gets regular updates; it has since grown to receive four major expansions after the A Realm Reborn re-release. Two online multiplayer games that command massive audiences, both games demand commitment. The only difference is that Final Fantasy 14 respects my time in a way Genshin doesn’t.
For those unfamiliar, Genshin Impact sends players on a
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