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[News] FINAL FANTASY XIV: STORMBLOOD DRIVE HELPS SAVE HUNDREDS OF LIVES ACROSS NORTH AMERICA

[News] FINAL FANTASY XIV: STORMBLOOD DRIVE HELPS SAVE HUNDREDS OF LIVES ACROSS NORTH AMERICA

New Video Chronicles Southern California Blood Drive Campaign

LOS ANGELES (September 11, 2017) – Real-life Warriors of Light offered a helping hand to those in need this summer during the FINAL FANTASY® XIV: Stormblood™ drive.  With over 400 pints of blood donated, the blood drive efforts helped save over 1200 lives throughout North America.

The Square Enix® and the American Red Cross collaboration was a Stormblood-themed bloodmobile that visited the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in addition to college campuses across Southern California this past June and July.

The blood drive began in the days leading up to the successful June launch of FINAL FANTASY XIV: Stormblood, the second expansion of the acclaimed MMORPG. As a kickoff to the tour, FINAL FANTASY XIV Online Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida presented a $50,000 donation to the American Red Cross on behalf of Square Enix.

[News] FINAL FANTASY XIV: STORMBLOOD DRIVE HELPS SAVE HUNDREDS OF LIVES ACROSS NORTH AMERICA

Additionally, a new video documenting the Stormblood drive debuted today on the official FINAL FANTASY XIV YouTube channel: http://sqex.to/BloodDriveRecap.

Complete details and results from the Stormblood can be found at the official Stormblood drive site: http://sqex.to/StormbloodDrive.

Newcomers to the game can experience all available content up to level 35, create up to eight playable characters, and experience the different playable races, classes, and jobs with no restrictions on playtime. New players who wish to experience the free trial may register here: http://sqex.to/FFXIVFreeTrial.

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