Beginning today up until May 12, players are entitled to limited-time rewards as well as bonuses.
War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is one of Square Enix entries in the mobile space as a free-to-play mobile RPG. It is a tactical, turn-based strategy game with similar gameplay to Final Fantasy Tactics.
Originally released in Japan, Brave Exvius has had a fair share of crossovers with Final Fantasy Tactics. One dating initially back in December 2019.
A day before its actual launch, April 22, Square Enix announced of the game’s global release. It coincides with the same crossover event as it previously did in Japan. The announcement was made via War of the Visions official Twitter page.
Starting today until May 1, players are able to claim a free x10 Summon. Each Summon ensures a Unit or Vision Card with a rarity of MR or better. Coincidentally, UR Units Orlandea and Ramza are also accessible for players during this period.
Square Enix is giving diligent players perks for simply logging in daily. Prizes such as in-game money and rare character enhancement materials are to be given away. However, even casual gamers who simply pre-installed the game on their device are subject to this benefit. They would only have to log into the game with their account every day.
In addition, a plethora of quests will be going on as well. Players who would put the effort in any of the quests during the event will receive event medals. If earned, such medals can be used to exchange character enhancement materials usable for Ramza, Orlandea, and Gaffgarion. Truly handy in keeping the party strong and competitive early in the game.
Meanwhile, players who are seeking greater challenge and reward will find a thrill with the Ex-Quest. If completed, this will give players the recipe to forge Ramza’s special weapon, the Nagnarok.
For a limited period, a collaboration shop will be made accessible to players where they can purchase crafting materials and enhancement materials.
Lastly, players can also buy a special park that contains the UR Unit Ramza.
Designed for a mobile experience, War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius can be bought at either the Google Play Store, App Store, and Amazon App Store.
Images used courtesy of Twitter/WAR OF THE VISIONS FFBE (EN).
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