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War of The Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius X Persona 5 Royal Crossover Gets New TV Commercials

War of The Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius X Persona 5 Royal Crossover
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War of The Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius X Persona 5 Royal Crossover Gets New TV Commercials

Square Enix released a bunch of TV commercials War of The Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, mostly focusing on the Persona 5 Royal crossover.

Today Square Enix released a bunch of TV commercials War of The Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, mostly focusing on the Persona 5 Royal crossover which was announced a few days ago.

We get to see our beloved Phantom Thieves in action within the game, keeping in mind that for now the content has been announced only for Japan (where it launched today), and will likely come to the western servers at a later date.

On top of those dedicated to the crossover, the game also received another starring actor and musician Masahiro Matsuoka, who played many leading roles in Japanese dramas and films including Godzilla: Final Wars and Yasuko to Kenji. He also lent his likeness to the protagonist of Capcom’s 2003 horror game Glass Rose.

You can check them all out below alongside a making-of video for Matsuoka-san’s commercial.

If you want to learn more about the game, you can check out our interview with global version producer Hiroki Fujimoto.

Incidentally, previous collaborations involved Final Fantasy Tactics’s Ramza Beoulve, Goffard Gaffgarion, and Cidolfus Orlandeau today, while the second round added more characters, and we also got one with Final Fantasy IV one with NieR Automataone with Final Fantasy X, and one with the Final Fantasy VII Remake.

If you’re unfamiliar with War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, which is currently available for iOS and Android, here’s how Square Enix describes the story.

“Leonis, a small kingdom surrounded by powerful nations, has remained unconquered with the help of a curious ring bestowed upon it king by the “Winged One.”

With visions—the hopes and dreams of legendary warriors given life—on their side, Leonis could hold its own against the might of other kingdoms.

But as the ever-repeating cruelty of fate would have it, even the bonds of love and friendship cannot remain unscathed.

The twin princes of Leonis, Mont and Sterne, are no exception.

Their feud signals the beginning of the end of the longstanding War of the Visions.

In this war-torn land of rivaling nations, who will be left smiling in the dazzling light of the Crystal?”

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