The Ultimate Fantasy XI Reboot that was in joint improvement with Nexon and Sq. Enix has been formally cancelled. Initially introduced in 2015 and scheduled for a 2016 launch, the reboot would have introduced a brand new model of the PS2 MMORPG Ultimate Fantasy XI to cell platforms.
As spotted by Gematsu, and confirmed by Japanese-language outlet Gamebiz.jp, the 2 corporations agreed that the sport didn’t meet the standard requirements anticipated by followers of the Ultimate Fantasy sequence. All workers engaged on the reboot have been reallocated to different initiatives.
Although screenshots of the sport had been revealed in 2016, the challenge itself was hardly ever talked about by each corporations within the intervening years, with occasional statements from Nexon or Sq. Enix confirming that the sport was nonetheless beneath improvement. Again in December 2020, the Korean information community MTN announced in a report that the project had been cancelled partly because of the Covid-19 pandemic. On the time, Sq. Enix refused to remark.
In different Ultimate Fantasy remake information, the next-gen improve Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade will come to PS5 in a few months, which can enhance the acclaimed RPG’s lighting, textures, and frame-rate.