With the Final fantasy XIV release, the Square Enix Account management system was updated to provide clients an increased usability. More at www.square-enix.com
If you’re looking for a simple way to manage your games, Square Enix membership puts everything at your fingertips.
Members can now access secure payment features and support, buy music, play online games, and interact with Square Enix members. The account is free, and can be accessed using multiple IDs.
How to create a Square Enix account
- Click on the red “Register New Account” button or log in using your Facebook or Steam account.
- Select your country of residence. If you’re unable to change region at the primary site, visit your local version. Bear in mind that NA support is not offered in languages other than English.
- Confirm your region by clicking “yes” and enter your birthday from the drop down menu.
- Select the ‘accept user agreement’ option, and provide your email address when prompted.
You will be sent an activation link.
- Proceed to the setup stage by clicking on the URL in the email. Follow the system prompts to complete the registration process.
After sign in management system
- Use your one time password on the login page. If you didn’t register a security token, leave the password field blank.
- If you make too many mistakes entering your password, you will be locked out, but will be able to sign in again after half an hour. If you change your password, you will enter it into the “member settings” field.
- For more help, follow the Square tutorial instructions or use the phone number, 858 790 7529.
- After sign up, you will use the Mog station to manage your ffxi ffxiv games.
- Your ID, password, and one-time security token code will be used to log in. If you would like to delete your account, simply use the manager to select the one you’d like to cancel.
- For account recovery go on Square Enix recovery page.
With your Square Enix account, you’ll be able to access Collector’s Editions and pre-order new releases in a flash. What is better than being able to access booster packs, challenge maps, and expansion packs for games like Thief from one site? Gone are the days when you had to stand in queues all day to buy new games the second they’re released.