Final Fantasy is in the battle royale business now too. Released a few months back, Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier is a mobile game based in the world of FFVII, and is a battle royale game where –you guessed it– you’re tasked with being the last person standing as you try to eliminate all other players on a large field.
With Final Fantasy VII’s 25th anniversary coming up, the game is celebrating the big milestone with an in-game event. You can check out the announcement trailer down below:
Here are some of the features you can expect in The First Soldier:
- Polygon FINAL FANTASY VII Characters – Players can obtain event-limited character skins based on the original FINAL FANTASY VII polygon designs for Cloud, Aerith, Tifa, Barret, Red XIII and Chocobo, with more coming soon.
- 25th Anniversary Collaboration Events – For a limited time, players who defeat event monsters on the battlefield will obtain special reward boxes and collect data pieces that unlock event-limited collectibles. Mission clears will also reward Premium Shinra Pack Tickets (FF7) and data pieces.
- Character Skins & Accessories – Event-exclusive skins and accessories will be available for free for a limited time, including Shinra SOLDIER and Cloud Dress character skins, and a Buster Sword back accessory.
- FINAL FANTASY VII Banners – Players can obtain thematic FINAL FANTASY VII banners to display next to their character name.
- Celebratory Login Bonuses – Players will receive event login bonuses and collect Premium Shinra Pack Tickets (FF7), which can be redeemed for a chance to obtain the collaboration store items, simply by logging in daily during the campaign period.
- FINAL FANTASY VII App Revamp – For a limited time, the FINAL FANTASY VII FIRST SOLDIER game icon, in-game home screen, and UI will be revamped similar to the look of the original FINAL FANTASY VII. In addition, players will hear iconic FINAL FANTASY VII music when entering battles.
The event is live now, and will run till Feb. 28. Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier is now available on mobile devices.
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