Final Fantasy XI tells its last tale

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On November 10, Square Enix released the final chapter of its crowning Final Fantasy XI story arc.

Related reading: Time flies! Remember when the FFXI Ultimate Collection was made available four years ago?

Whether you’re a fan or not, it is always sad when the final curtain falls on a MMO, especially one with a long and storied history. With its 14 years of subscription-based adventures, Final Fantasy XI is one of the longest-running games of its type, and as such has inexorably been a part of many a gamer’s life. For comparison’s sake, World of Warcraft is a mere 11 years old.

While the PS2 and Xbox 360 servers will be shut down next March, fans will be able to continue playing on PC past that time. Those with an inactive account as of October 23 are able to play the final chapter for free.

– Eduardo R.


A @DigitallyDownld poll: Which Final Fantasy MMO do you prefer?

— Lindsay M. (@itslindsay613) November 12, 2015

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