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Platform PS2, Win, 360 Publisher Sony Computer Entertainment Developer Square Enix Product Development Division 3 Release Date 03/23/2004

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Square Enix is 'definitely interested' in bringing future Final Fantasy games to PC

Future releases in the Final Fantasy franchise could be coming to Windows PC, according to series producer Yoshinori Kitase who confirmed Square Enix is interested in developing for this platform. While the series has a long history of console releases, Kitase tells Eurogamer this could change in the future. "Let's not forget, when we developed the Final Fantasy 13 series, all three titles, at the early stages of development we were working on PC," Kitase said. "Then we had to port it to the consoles. As far as the technology is concerned, it would have been possible for us to make a PC version, but we decided against it for two reasons: we looked at the market situation and we didn't think it would be a good idea, and also it would have involved lots of complex issues like...


Final Fantasy 11 getting three free battle arenas for 11th anniversary

Square Enix is celebrating the 11th anniversary of Final Fantasy 11 with the release of three free battle arenas available as add-ons to the original game. The add-ons, which include the previously released but now free Vision of Abyssea, Scars of Abbysea and Heroes of Abyssea are designed for users who have yet to properly test out the game's high-level content. Users can only access the new content if they have registered and installed the Rise of the Zilart and Wings of the Goddess packs. The studio is also offering a starter package to new players, which includes 100,000 in the game's currency, teleportation stones, a lunar abyssite that allows players to use in-game "Atma" to increase the strength of their character, and eleven of the most popular Atma enhancements. Final...

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Final Fantasy 11: Seekers of Adoulin soundtrack releases in Japan March 27

The official soundtrack for massively multiplayer online game Final Fantasy 11's fifth expansion, Seekers of Adoulin, will release in Japan on March 27, Square Enix announced. Video game composer Naoshi Mizuta, whose resume also includes music for Street Fighter Alpha and Parasite Eve 2, will compose, arrange and produce the album's music. The cover illustration was created by art guru Yoshitaka Amano, who has contributed his work to various Final Fantasy games over the years. The Seekers of Adoulin soundtrack is currently only confirmed for a Japan release. You can listen to "A New Direction" on Square Enix's website.


Final Fantasy 11 expansion heads to U.S. in March 2013

Final Fantasy 11: Seekers of Adoulin, the expansion to the Final Fantasy MMO that first hit North America in 2003, is coming to the U.S. on March 26, Square Enix announced in the latest trailer for the title. Throughout the U.S., the game will be available for PC and Xbox 360 platforms for $29.99. In Japan, a PlayStation 2 version will also be available next year, in addition to PC and Xbox 360 editions. A Final Fantasy 11: Ultimate Collection Seekers Edition is also coming in addition to Seekers of Adoulin, featuring the game with all four previous expansion packs for $39.99.

Final Fantasy 11 Releases
North America
  • PlayStation 2
    • Released 03/23/2004
    • Publisher Sony Computer Entertainment
    • Developer Square Enix Product Development Division 3
  • Windows
    • Released 10/28/2003
    • Publisher Sony Computer Entertainment
    • Developer Square Enix Product Development Division 3
  • Xbox 360
    • Released 04/18/2006
    • Publisher Sony Computer Entertainment
    • Developer Square Enix Product Development Division 3
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