After a lengthy drought of information following Nexon’s investor report back in August, new proof of life for Final Fantasy XI Mobile has surfaced in the form of screenshots found within a job posting.
There has been almost no news on Final Fantasy XI Mobile since its announcement back in March 2015. Since then we had a few images pop up from the Nexon Developers Conference in April last year and then a slide from an investor presentation in Q4 of last year. Today, redditor arciele has found the
Back in March, Square Enix announced that a game based in the world of Vana’diel, Final Fantasy Grandmasters would be making its way to Japan. The beta for Grandmasters has been released and one user has uploaded a short video to YouTube. There is still no word on if this game will make its way to
Finally, after years of ports and original games that we never asked for, Square Enix announced today at an event in Japan, that Triple Triad will finally be making its way to mobile devices! The event revealed the all new Final Fantasy Portal App, an app that will help deliver information about games such as
Spoiler warning! This guide for the level 90 dungeon contains information from the FFXIV Endwalker Patch 6.0 Main Scenario.
Today, Korean news site MTN is reporting that the mobile version of Final Fantasy XI, which was being developed by Nexon under the name FFXIR, has been cancelled. Announced in 2015 as part of the “Vana’diel Project” alongside Rhapsodies of Vana’diel and the (since shut down) Final Fantasy Grandmasters mobile game which took place in
Information on Square Enix and Nexon’s joint Final Fantasy XI mobile title (FFXIR) has been… scarce to the say the least. It’s been two years since we got any sort of look at the game. Last month, we asked Final Fantasy Director Yoji Fujito and Producer Akihiko Matsui if they could give us any sort
Today, Nexon released their Q3 2019 report which revealed (on page 19) that yes, Final Fantasy XI‘s mobile version, now going by Final Fantasy XI R, is still in the company’s pipeline. This is the latest piece of “information” for a game that was announced back in 2015, with a proposed release of 2016. Unfortunately,
Square Enix has announced the FFXI Fan Event 2018 which will be held at Yomiuriland’s Ranran Hall, December 2nd in Japan. The Niconico channel for Famitsu x Dengeki Final Fantasy XI was recently renewed, showcasing information about the event including guests and new merchandise. The event will play host to a performance by the Nanaa
Vivi, Miroku and Duelly talk about the April version update, as well as a quick intro about the recently revealed screenshots of FFXI Mobile, and the May version update announcement. You can e-mail us at [email protected] or hit us up on Twitter @petfoodbeta. https://media.blubrry.com/ffxiv/p/gamerescape-podcasts.s3.amazonaws.com/ffxi/petfoodbeta/pfb24.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:28:12 — 70.7MB) | EmbedSubscribe:
Last week some exciting news came out of GDC and it shined a ray of hope for all those Final Fantasy Fans out there who have been wanting to see Final Fantasy XIV brought over to Microsoft’s Xbox One. Nothing has been officially confirmed yet, but I wanted to take this opportunity to go through
The Flames of Vengeance event featuring characters and items from Final Fantasy XIV is coming to the Final Fantasy Record Keeper mobile game tonight at 5:00 PM PDT. “Characters and equipment from FINAL FANTASY XIV finally come to FFRK in the Flames of Vengeance event! Thancred and Y’shtola, Scions of the Seventh Dawn, join the
Today, on the official Final Fantasy XI forums, the community team published an english translation of FFXI Producer Akihiko Matsui’s answers to many of the players questions regarding the future plans for the game, and it’s two upcoming mobile titles. Some of the hottest topics include: Actual insight into why the decision was made to
Square Enix released a video today giving us a glimpse of what Triple Triad looks like inside the Final Fantasy App. It was previously announced that there would be a way to link the mobile version of Triple Triad with Final Fantasy XIV for some bonuses. We spoke to Naoki Yoshida last month about the app, which
Last week, we met up with The Director and Producer of FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn, Naoki Yoshida and the Community Team in San Francisco to check out the latest on FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn. Between a presentation of new information and our hands-on demonstration we managed to get a few questions
Square Enix has released their lineup for this years Gamescom event and it looks like Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is going to play a major part at Europe’s biggest video game event of the year. Gamescom will play host to the world first exclusive gameplay presentation of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn.
June 5, 2006. A day that will long be remembered in the annals of history as the day that the Final Fantasy XI podcast, Pet Food Alpha, hit the internet. Over the next seven years, Pet Food Alpha would continue on, reaching episode 300 before slowing to a halt. On April 7, 2014, Pet Food
Remember Final Fantasy Grandmasters? Announced as part of the Vana’diel Project back in 2015 alongside Rhapsodies of Vana’diel and FFXI Mobile, Grandmasters launched later in 2015 and this week, Square Enix has revealed a new trailer for version 2.0. Among some system changes, the biggest part of the update is the inclusion of content from Rise
With Final Fantasy XI receiving its last major update this week, we reached out to Producer Akihiko Matsui to ask him about Rhapsodies of Vana’diel and the future of Vana’diel itself. Takashi Fuchigami, the Producer of Final Fantasy Grandmasters also stepped in to answer some questions!
Today, Square Enix held a press conference which detailed the Future of Final Fantasy XI with the “Vana’diel Project”. Rhapsodies of Vana’diel First it was announced that the last add-on scenario, Rhapsodies of Vana’diel for Final Fantasy XI is coming this May. The scenario will have three chapters and will release in May, August, and