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Final Fantasy XI Chains of Promethia / Rise of the Zilart All-In-One Pack 2004 Videos and Trailers - PC

Final Fantasy XI Chains of Promethia / Rise of the Zilart All-In-One Pack 2004
Game Description:MMO compilation pack that contains both the Promethia and Zilart expansions. Players undertake multiple adventures through vast environments in a persistent world, including mountains, forests, ice plains, deserts, oceans, rivers, castles, and dungeons. FFXI lets players create their alter ego, choosing from a variety of races, facial features, hairstyles and colors. Chains of Promathia, the official expansion pack to Final Fantasy XI, brings a new chapter to the story of Vana'diel. Expanding the world of Vana'diel, new areas never before seen in maps surface and towns, which have been spoken of but never seen, emerge. Fabled legends will also be realized in Chains of Promathia. As some of the mysteries of Vana'diel are unraveled, additional secrets will be discovered in the two expansions.
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Final Fantasy XI Chains of Promethia / Rise of the Zilart All-In-One Pack 2004 Videos

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