PC owners can once again download digital copies and buy boxed versions of Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn.
Publisher Square Enix froze digital sales in late August to cope with greater-than-expected demand, which put a strain on the game's servers. This resulted in consumers flocking to purchase physical copies of Final Fantasy XIV, which caused stock shortages.
The online RPG is now available again to buy and download in Europe via the Final Fantasy 14 web store.
Amazon UK has also started selling the standard edition of the game again.
A Realm Reborn topped the UK boxed PC game chart when it went on sale a few weeks ago.
Square Enix froze digital sales to introduce new in-game worlds and "enhance the performance of the login and match making processes" on the Japanese, North American and European data centres.
FF XIV: A Realm Reborn is also available on PS3.