Mobile game Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is today celebrating 5 million worldwide downloads (outside of Japan’s initial 6.5 million registered players) since release last month.
Attracting both series newcomers and long-time fans alike, Final Fantasy Brave Exvius achieved resounding success in Japan last year with more than 6.5 million registered players. The entirely new adventure for mobile devices fuses classic Final Fantasy features, including an expansive storyline, strategic turn-based combat and dungeon crawling, with modern battle mechanics and intuitive touch controls. With special appearances from classic Final Fantasy characters Cecil, Vivi and Terra, players adventure through fields and dungeons discovering items, collecting gil, uncovering hidden paths and unlocking high-quality CG-animated summons.
To commemorate this milestone and to thank fans for their continued support, players who log in to the game from 26th July (5pm AEST / 7pm) to 31st July (4:59pm AEST / 6:59pm NZST) will automatically receive a total of 50 Metal Minituars, and 5 rare Summon Tickets.
Final Fantasy Brave Exvius was developed as a collaboration between SQUARE ENIX and gumi Inc. (developer of the hit title Brave Frontier). The title is available to download now, and is available in six languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese (traditional), and Korean.