The Endwalker DLC in FFXIV has brought a lot of players to the game, new and veteran alike. Usually, it’s a good thing for the game, but the influx of a large number of players is causing server problems. One of the direct results of a large number of players is the FFXIV long queue times. Players are reporting of Final Fantasy 14 (FFXIV) queue not moving. Most of the players who jump to play the game now are finding themselves in a queue that seems to not move. As there is no ETA, it becomes a dilemma for the players – should they quit the game and queue again or stick to the infinite queue. Users are also running into a variety of error codes as they try to log into the game such as the FFXIV error code 2002, 3001, and 4004.
Unfortunately, there is no quick fix for the login errors or the long queue times. It’s natural for big multiplayer games to run into such issues when the servers get overburdened. The permanent solution can only come from the devs as they expand the server capacity and perform backend troubleshooting.
Final Fantasy 14 servers went down yesterday for maintenance. The devs of the game are aware of the current login issues with the game and they are working to resolve it. Yesterday’s downtime was a move in that direction. While the errors and the long queue times still occur after the maintenance, there have been some improvements in server stability.
If you are struggling with the Final Fantasy 14 (FFXIV) queue not moving, the best thing you can do at this time is to avoid the game during peak hours. Try to play on weekdays or when most people are busy with other stuff like schools and jobs. Besides this, there isn’t much you can do.
A large number of players on the game should gradually subside as the DLC ages, which is already starting to happen. So, the long queue times should not bother you after a few more days.