Final Fantasy XI

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Final Fantasy XI
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Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Squaresoft
Squaresoft, Square Enix, Sony Computer Entertainment
Final Fantasy
Final Fantasy X
Successor title
Final Fantasy XII
MMO, RPG
PlayStation 2, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows
PlayOnline
Retail Features
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Ratings
This title has been rated 12 by CEROThis title has been rated T by the ESRBThis title has been classified 11+ by the ELSPAThis title has been rated 12 by PEGI
Content Descriptor(s)
PEGI
ViolenceBad LanguageOnlineGambling
European Union European Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
September 172004

Xbox 360
April 202006
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
PlayStation 2
March 232004

Microsoft Windows
October 282003

Xbox 360
April 182006
Australia Australian Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
September 172004

Xbox 360
April 202006
Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
PlayStation 2
May 162002

Microsoft Windows
November 2002

Xbox 360
April 202006
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Final Fantasy XI is the eleventh game in the Final Fantasy series and the first to be entirely online. Departing from the tradition single-player RPG standard the series set, Final Fantasy XI is a Massively multiplayer online RPG. It is one of the first server-based MMORPGs that didn't segregate players by country, i.e. players from all over the world share the same group of servers, using an imperfect translation program to communicate with each other.

The was released for the PlayStation 2, Microsoft Windows, and Xbox 360, although support for PlayStation 2 and Xbox 360 has ended. It costs $13 USD a month, and $1 USD for additional characters. There are currently five expansion packs: Rise of the Zilart that came automatically with the North American version, Chains of Promathia, Treasures of Aht Urhgan, Wings of the Goddess and Seekers of Adoulin.

Final Fantasy XI is the most profitable game in Final Fantasy's history. Yoichi Wada also said that "if you tallied the accumulated play time of all current Final Fantasy XI players, you'd end up with a mind-boggling 200,000 years" played. [1]