Final Fantasy XI Fan Festival 2007 Announced

Final Fantasy XI: Wings of the Goddess

In honor of the loyal players that have made Final Fantasy XI such a huge success over the years since it launched back in 2003, Square Enix has announced plans for Final Fantasy XI Fan Festival 2007, which will take place from November 15-17 at the Hilton Hotel in Anaheim, California.

Pre-registration for the event is $85 per person, and for that admission price you get full access to the festival for all three days, a “Gobbiebag” filled with goodies and an exclusive in-game item. Attendance is limited to 1500 people, and knowing Final Fantasy fans those spots will probably fill up in a hurry, so you better act fast if you want to secure admission.

As far as the activity list for the event goes, festival-goers will be able to participate in live quests and a variety of contests, and drop in on numerous panels sessions with members from the FFXI dev team. But best of all, the festival will give attendees their first chance to play the fourth FFXI expansion pack, Wings of the Goddess, coming this holiday season to the PC, PS2 and Xbox 360.

Full details for Final Fantasy XI Fan Festival 2007 can be found at www.ffxifestival.com.

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