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"War of the Visions" for "Final Fantasy Brave Exvius" now available on mobile devices

On March 25th, Square Enix announced the release of "War of the Visions" update for their mobile game, "Final Fantasy Brave Exvius", available both on iOS and Android.   
You can download the game on App Store®Google Play™, and Amazon App Store.

FFBE is mechanically like other tactical rpg games in the Final Fantasy franchise.  You don't have to have played any other part of FFBE in order to play this update, as it's a standalone campaign and is intended to draw in new players to the game, which originally released in Japan in 2019.

In addition to this standalone campaign update, they have additional incentives to entice new players into joining for a limited time. Per the press release from Square Enix:

  • Release Commemoration Login Bonus: All players can obtain Visiore, the premium in-game currency, valuable character enhancement materials and more simply by logging in daily.
  • Release Commemoration Quest: Players can attempt this quest once daily now through April 7. By completing this quest, players can earn valuable character enhancement materials.
  • FINAL FANTASY XIV: Shadowbringers Collaborative Event: Available now through April 14th, completing these quests players can earn exclusive items, including those to enhance Y’shtola.
  • FINAL FANTASY XIV: Shadowbringers Collaborative Summon: Players can obtain a unit or vision card of MR rarity or better from this limited-time banner, available now through April 14th. Players will also receive FINAL FANTASY XIV Summon Medals each time they complete a summon, which can be exchanged for valuable rewards.
If you join the game before the beginning of April (March 31st 11:59pm Pacific Standard), you can get additional rewards, a pre-registration bonus, as well, such as Y’shtola from Final Fantasy XIV in her Shadowbringers outfit.
Speaking of the Final Fantasy XIV collaborative events; right now there's another event where if you collect certain items during the event, you can get the character Thancred, also in his Shadowbringers attire.

All images courtesy of Square Enix

This campaign story, according to the press release, takes place...

"...on Ardra, a continent on the brink of war as individual nations struggle for dominance. Players will follow the stories of twin princes Mont and Sterne from the kingdom of Leonis, which possesses the power of visions, and Machérie, the beautiful Steel Maiden of Hourne. As they progress, players will need to navigate a variety of battlefields, strategize their attacks against enemy forces and summon powerful Espers to help turn the tide of war."

 The new update
 features artwork created by Isamu Kamikokuryo who has also worked on Final Fantasy XII, XIII, and XV. Noriyasu Agematsu continues to compose music for this game and its updates.

As said before, the game is available now as a free download with in-app purchases through the App StoreGoogle Play and Amazon App Store. Text is supported in English, French, German, Spanish, Korean and Traditional Chinese, while voiceovers are supported in English and Japanese. For more information, you can visit the promotional site for the game.