Nexon Korea Reveals Screenshots, Recruits Staff for Final Fantasy XI Game's Smartphone Edition

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Square Enix originally revealed plans for smartphone version of MMORPG in 2015

The Japanese game news website 4Gamer reported on Monday that game developer Nexon Korea is recruiting staff for a planned smartphone edition of Square Enix's Final Fantasy XI game.

The recruitment sites reveal five screenshots for the mobile game.

Nexon Korea is recruiting for quest and scenario writers and planners, character modelers, and game artists. The recruitment ads also state that Nexon Korea will give preference to those who have experience with Unreal Engine 4, those who can read and write Japanese, and those who have played games in the Final Fantasy game series.

Square Enix originally revealed plans for a smartphone version of Final Fantasy XI in March 2015, with plans to release the game in 2016.

Square (later Square Enix) originally released Final Fantasy XI for PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, and PC in 2002. The company released the final main scenario for the game in November 2015, and then shut down the servers for the PS2 and Xbox 360 versions of the game on March 31, 2016. The PC version is still available.

Square Enix released the Final Fantasy Grandmasters spinoff smartphone game in Japan only in 2015.

Source: 4Gamer

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