Itís hard to believe, but Final Fantasy XI is officially celebrating its 11th birthday and, to celebrate, three of the gameís major battle area add-ons are being offer for a limited time, free of charge.
Itís still going to be a while before Square Enixís next big MMORPG set within the Final Fantasy universe hits game consoles but, thankfully, the previous MMORPG set within the Final Fantasy universe is apparently still going strong. Final Fantasy XIís newest expansion, Seekers of Adoulin, is now available with service for the new content set to go live on PC and Xbox 360 starting tomorrow.
Mass Effect 3 finally gets its fixed endings, settling some controversy for BioWare. Valve releases an awesome new tool for the community called the Source Filmmaker and Square Enix announces a new expansion for Final Fantasy XI. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
Square Enix is preparing a fifth expansion pack for their MMORPG Final Fantasy XI. Seekers of Adoulin, announced at Vana Fest 2012, will be released sometime in 2013.
Square Enix is still milking that less-than-fat cow known as Final Fantasy XI and they're hoping to get one last wave of gamers to join the online community with a larger-than-life collectorís edition that is a true, definitively insurmountable Final Fantasy XI experience.
In the wake of the natural disasters in Japan, Square Enix shut down Final Fantasy XIV, Final Fantasy XI, and PlayOnline to converse power. Today they revealed when they will restore these services.
Final Fantasy XI will receive three more add-on scenarios throughout 2010. The add-ons are said to include new high-level monsters and items.
Square Enix will be re-releasing their cross-platform RPG Final Fantasy XI this holiday season. Final Fantasy XI Ultimate Collection will land on the PC and Xbox 360 on November 10th in North America.
Square Enix announced today that console/PC MMO Final Fantasy XI will receive a new add-on scenario entitled "A Crystalline Prophecy Ė Ode of Life Bestowing" in April. It's the first of three scenarios said to be in development.
Taking advantage of a game's bugs to get ahead can feel so right to many of us players but according to Square Enix, it's still cheating. The company has recently banned a large amount of players from their MMO RPG, Final Fantasy XI for abusing a bug which, in Square's words, "allowed players to create multiple items for certain treasures and rewards in areas such as Salvage and Assault by exploiting the game system."