Back in 2010, Square Enix's latest entry to the 'Final Fantasy' universe, a dismal failure to launch properly of its next massively multiplayer online role-playing game title; 'Final Fantasy XIV Online'
eventually and finally release only to be indubitably plagued with bugs and glitches to the point where it was unplayable. Inevitably receiving a very negative reception, and as it was, the title is to make its way onto the PlayStation 3 console.
Square Enix tried tirelessly to rectify the deeply tarnished state the game was in, though they failed to relaunch the game months after release. It was originally attempting to re-establish the game and its servers and rebooted as version "2.0"
late in 2011, though that evidently didn't eventuate therefore also extensively prolonging the delay of the PlayStation 3 platform version.
Today Square Enix announced the reboot of their promising MMO, eloquently re-titled; 'Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn'
. Still a paid subscription based MMO that is reinvigorated and rebuilt from the ground up with new characters, new gameplay and new worlds to explore.
A new tantalizing trailer to reboot.
[The Fate of Eorzea] FINAL FANTASY XIV Online - A Realm Reborn
Get the Adobe Flash Player to see this video.
Essentially an almost entirely brand new game compared to the original condition it was in. Although no firm date has been announced for it's re-release, it is expected to be back online in November with beta testing to occur prior.
Should the reloading of the game be successful enough, the PlayStation 3 version will be released sometime thereafter.
A new look online
The website revamped;