Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius Game App Briefly Listed as Heading West
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
A website for Gumi and A-Lim's Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius smartphone game briefly went public on Monday. According to the website, Square Enix is bringing the game to the West. The site was available in English, French, Spanish, German, Simplified Chinese, and Korean.
The site described the game:
So begins a new tale of crystals…
An all-new RPG in the classic Final Fantasy tradition!
Square Enix presents an original Final Fantasy title for smartphones.
Immerse yourself in a world of heroes and high adventure, all in the palm of your hand!
- Enjoy an all-new RPG in the classic Final Fantasy tradition!
- Intuitive and strategic battles!
- Explore exotic realms and delve into perilous dungeons!
- Summon legendary Final Fantasy beasts with awe-inspiring visuals!
- Join forces with legendary heroes from your favorite Final Fantasy games!
The site listed that the game will be available for both iOS and Android devices.
The site offered pre-registration for the game. The site showed a "Milestone" campaign, where every pre-registration adds 30 Crystals to the campaign. When enough Crystals are added, a milestone is reached that adds content to the game.
Gumi subsidiary A-Lim developed Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius, and it draws inspiration from A-Lim's previous Brave Frontier smartphone game. The game features art by Yoshitaka Amano. Players from five-man parties composed of characters from the Final Fantasy franchise, tackle dungeons, with the ultimate goal of defeating bosses, gaining experience, and earning money. Square Enix released the game in Japan last October.