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FINAL FANTASY XI 14-Day Free Trial Now Offered

LOS ANGELES (October 7, 2008) - Square Enix, Inc., the publisher of Square Enix® interactive entertainment products in North America, is now offering the FINAL FANTASY® XI 14-Day Free Trial. Requiring no credit card to register, players can visit the world of Vana’diel® for up to 14 days and experience this evolving online universe. Only a valid e-mail address and a simple age-verification process are required to complete the FINAL FANTASY XI 14-Day Free Trial registration. Simply go to and click on “Free Trial” to proceed to the download page. From there, follow the instructions on the page to download the software and obtain your free trial registration code.
Designed specifically for the Windows® version of FINAL FANTASY XI, the 14-Day Free Trial features the content package from the original release and remains cross-platform compatible. After the 14-Day Free Trial expires, players have up to 90 days to upgrade to a full version account and continue playing with the characters they have created during the Free Trial.
Originally released in 2002, FINAL FANTASY XI, the first online game in the award-winning FINAL FANTASY series, introduced the mystical, ever-changing world of Vana’diel to legions of fans. In November of 2007, Square Enix released the game’s fourth expansion pack, WINGS OF THE GODDESS®, to a community that has more than 500,000 active subscribers and over 1.7 million active characters from around the world.
FINAL FANTASY XI is rated T (Teen). Please visit the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) web site at for more information about ratings. The official FINAL FANTASY XI web site can be found at

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