Have emptied all their fountains in my well,<p>We've known for a while that a mobile version of popular MMO Final Fantasy XI was coming but today is our first look at it.</p><p>In a conference in Korea, Nexon has confirmed that it's now a "reboot" of Final Fantasy XI built from the ground up for mobile and the development team is now using Epic's Unreal Engine 4.</p><p>Final Fantasy XI was the first MMO in the franchise and is still running to this day.</p><p>Not much is known for now but it seems that the UI is still far from finished so don't expect a release any time soon. We still don't know if it'll be released outside of Asia as well.</p><p>On top of this, this version is said to incorporate new tools that prevent the player from being disconnected as mobile network can fluctuate.</p><p>This seems a tall challenge for a mobile device and now even more so seeing that it's built on the gorgeous Unreal Engine 4.</p><p>Let's hope it will come west.</p><p>[Thanks Lifelower]</p>
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