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Latest Poll

What are your feelings on the quality of the recent updates?

21.4%3 votes
I love them. New content and much needed changes!
64.3%9 votes
Ehhh, some parts I like, others I don't care about
7.1%1 votes
I hate it. Just a lot of rehashing, nothing new
7.1%1 votes
I haven't had a chance to try everything yet
0%0 votes
I had no idea there were changes! I must go!

14 total votes

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February - April Version Update Survey

Wishing you could let Square Enix know how you felt about the major updates to hit Final Fantasy XI in the past few months? Did you really enjoy the new Skirmish and Delve content, or not like the job points system? Now's your chance to be heard! From April 18th through April 25th, a survey covering various aspects of the past few updates will be available to those wanting to share their opinions on this new content.

Want to further share your opinions on the content released these past few months? Let us know all about it over on the ZAM forums!

Forge Ahead in the Next Version Update!

The next big version update for Final Fantasy XI is readying for a mid-May release! This new update will see the next big installment of the Seekers of Adoulin storyline, the new Mog Wardrobe equipment inventory system, an expansion to the job point system, new high-tier battlefields including a revamp of the Gessho Treasures of Aht Urhgan mission battle, and much more!

Let us know what you think of this upcoming version update over on the ZAM forums!

Shinai-Swinging Showdown

 Those Moogles should really work on improving their security! Once again, the Far Eastern armor sets under the care of the MHMU have been pilfered by brigands, and it's up to you to take up your shinai to help recover them! From April 24th through to May 8th, the lands between the three starting nations and the Grand Duchy of Jeuno will be overrun by wayward suits of armor, and helping to subdue them will net you various seasonal rewards! So be sure to take part in this newest Feast of Swords, for the Moogles' sake!

Excited for the Feast of Swords? Let us know all about it over on the ZAM forums!

First Ever Double Capacity Point Campaign!

 Needing more capacity points? Wishing there was a way you could cut down on the endless grinding to improve your favorite job? Then get ready, for Final Fantasy XI's first ever Double Capacity Point campaign is about to arrive! Starting on April 17th and running through to April 20th, monsters will yield twice the capacity points they normally will, so pick up your most cherished blade and your repertoire of spells, and prepare to power up your character like never before!

Let us know what you think of this new campaign over on the ZAM forums!

Celebrate FFXI on the Eleventh of Each Month!

 Final Fantasy XI has been going strong for eleven years, and to continue on with celebrating the game's long-time run, Square Enix has announced that the eleventh of every month will see a multitude of campaign events being held. Unique and exotic items from wizened worms for Meeble Burrows, increased drops for battlefields, increases for Skirmish simulacra item drop rates, and the returns of the Abyssea and Repeat Login Campaigns!

Excited for the eleventh now? Let us know what you'll be taking part in first over on the ZAM forums!

Repeat Login Campaign No.10 Comes Shufflin In!

 The 10th installment of FFXI's Repeat Login Campaign is fast approaching! Following the success of the previous campaigns, Square Enix has announced that this campaign will begin on April 10th and continue on through May 2nd. In addition to several return prizes, new rewards, such as the Luzaf cipher for the Trust Initiative and the unique hand-to-hand weapons, the Worm Feelers, will also be available!

What are your feelings on the new prizes? Let us know all about it over on the ZAM forums!

December and January Version Update Survey Results

 A few months ago, Square Enix released a survey for details on the December and January version updates for Final Fantasy XI. This information, after being compiled and analyzed, has been released. Various fields of content, ranging from satisfaction for Trust Initiatives, Records of Eminence, Monstrosity, and more are covered, with comments and discussion from FFXI's head producer, Akihiko Matsui, for each area.

Let us know your feelings on the these version update survey results over on the ZAM forums!