Square Enix planning to support Dragon Quest X for ten years

It appears that Square Enix is once again considering the long-term for another MMO.  Hoping to follow in the footsteps of Final Fantasy XI, the company has plans to support the game via updates and downloadable content for the next ten years, according to Nikkei.  In the less distant future, the game will be receiving major version up revisions every ten weeks.  

As with most long-term goals hinging on the success of a title, this plan is subject to change.  Even if it were to stay on the track, just what this ten year plan entails is unknown beyond the vague announcement itself.  

Dragon Quest X: Rise of the Five Tribes Online is available now in Japan on Wii, and at a later unnanounced date for Wii U.

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