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Final Fantasy Legends II to end services on October 31

Final Fantasy Legends II to end services on October 31

Written by Brayden — 31 Aug 2017

Square Enix has announced that they are ending services for the mobile game, Final Fantasy Legends II on October 31, 2017.

This title was originally launched for iOS and Android as Final Fantasy Legends Toki-no-Suisho on February 12, 2015. It was relaunched as Final Fantasy Legends II on November 10, 2016. If it was ever released outside of Japan it would have most likely been called Final Fantasy Dimensions II.

The game never seemed to get a lot of attention, no doubt partially caused by Square Enix flooding the market with many free-to-play Final Fantasy games and a lack of any definitive plans to release it outside of Japan.

It was headed by a legendary Square Enix developer in Takashi Tokita (Final Fantasy III, IV, Chocobo Racing, Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light, Final Fantasy Dimensions) who served as general director. It also featured character designs by CyDesignation. Lastly it was composed by Naoshi Mizuta (Final Fantasy XI, The 4 Heroes of Light, Dimensions, Final Fantasy XIII-2, Final Fantasy XIV, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII).

However, it's not all bad news. Square Enix also said they're going to be releasing a new version of the game that will allow players to still play the main story after the services have ended. More details will be available at a later date.

Source: Square Enix