Final Fantasy XI, the thirteen-year-old MMO, will be shutting down by March 2016 for the PS2 and Xbox 360 versions, Square Enix announced.
The PC version, however, will still be open to users. Rhapsodies of Vana’diel, the final chapter in Final Fantasy 11’s final main scenario will be added to the game this May.
According to Square Enix, the final chapter will tie in the last 13 years of the game, with major characters throughout the game’s tenure making an appearance.
Rhapsodies of Vana’diel is one of three chapters. The second and third will be released in August and November. “We plan for this to be a grand conclusion to the Final Fantasy series’ first MMORPG,” Square Enix said, “and indeed, the first console MMORPG, in a way that will be recorded in the annals of the genre’s history.”
Final Fantasy XI launched in 2002 For the PS2 and PC. In 2006, the Xbox 360 version released.