As the game turns20, Square Enix ignores the fact that Final Fantasy XI has been banned

As the game turns20, Square Enix ignores the fact that Final Fantasy XI has been banned ...

According to Famitsu, the producer and director of Final Fantasy XI dismissed the rumors that Square Enix was planning to shut down the aging MMORPG this year. These rumors may be a result of the cancellation of the mobile port last year.

Final Fantasy XI was initially launched on PlayStation 2 and PC in 2002, but on Xbox 360 in 2006, Square Enix removed the PS2 and 360 versions, but the game has since been PC-only. However, the cessation and suppression of support for the more recent Final Fantasy XIV do not mean the end of the game''s life.

Naoki Yoshida, the executive director of Square Enix, has been appointed.

Square Enix has issued a new installment of the latest expansion for Final Fantasy XI and is distributing rewards to players who register this month. On May 23, the company will hold a Reddit AMA with its developers.

Final Fantasy XI isn''t the only MMO that has been going through over many decades. Runescape is just a year older, and EverQuest has continued to operate continuously since 1999. Ultima Online (1997) and Meridian 59 are among the most popular still-playable MMOs.

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