Sq. Enix has introduced a brand new collaboration for its standard cellular technique JRPG Struggle of The Visions: Remaining Fantasy Courageous Exvius.
For now, the collaboration is just for Japan, and can carry characters from Remaining Fantasy VII Rmake into Struggle of The Visions.
Particularly, we’ll get Tifa, Cloud, Aerith, and Barret, as you may see within the reveal trailer under.
The collaboration will launch on the Japanese servers on April 21.
In the intervening time, there’s no launch date for this collaboration on the western servers, which usually are behind by a number of months, but it surely’s nearly assured that it’ll come sooner or later.
If you wish to be taught extra in regards to the recreation, you may take a look at our interview with international model producer Hiroki Fujimoto.
By the way, earlier collaborations concerned Remaining Fantasy Techniques’s Ramza Beoulve, Goffard Gaffgarion, and Cidolfus Orlandeau at present, whereas the second spherical added extra characters, and we additionally obtained one with Remaining Fantasy IV, one with NieR Automata, and one with Remaining Fantasy X.
In the event you’re unfamiliar with Struggle of the Visions: Remaining Fantasy Courageous Exvius, which is presently out there for iOS and Android, right here’s how Sq. Enix describes the story.
“Leonis, a small kingdom surrounded by highly effective nations, has remained unconquered with the assistance of a curious ring bestowed upon it king by the “Winged One.”
With visions—the hopes and goals of legendary warriors given life—on their facet, Leonis might maintain its personal towards the may of different kingdoms.
However because the ever-repeating cruelty of destiny would have it, even the bonds of affection and friendship can’t stay unscathed.
The dual princes of Leonis, Mont and Sterne, are not any exception.
Their feud indicators the start of the tip of the longstanding Struggle of the Visions.
On this war-torn land of rivaling nations, who can be left smiling within the dazzling gentle of the Crystal?”