What to expect from the War of the Visions Final Fantasy Brave Exvius and Final Fantasy IV crossover event

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The Final Fantasy franchise is big — not just in terms of popularity, but in the sheer number of games. Since the very first instalment was launched in 1987, they’ve spanned every platform under the rising sun. That’s without mentioning all the media spin-offs, from films to anime series to novels. One of the best things about a franchise of that scale is the opportunity for overlap between the old and the new; worlds colliding, lores expanding, chocobos where there weren’t chocobos, and past characters making unexpected appearances…
Released globally on Android and iOS this year, War of the Visions Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is set on the world of Lapis. As its title prefix suggests, times aren’t too peaceful here. Various kingdoms are locked in a battle for supremacy, fought using the power of Visions — the ‘spirits’ of various warriors — that have been captured in magic crystals. These summonable versions of warriors don’t just originate from Lapis, but also from distant worlds, including Blue Planet, the setting for Final Fantasy IV.
That brings us neatly to this new crossover event. From 18 November to 15 December, War of the Visions players can participate in time-limited quests and events themed around Final Fantasy IV, earn special bonuses, and collect fan-favourite characters. Simply by logging in during the campaign, you’ll receive Cecil Harvey, Final Fantasy IV’s protagonist. He’s lost none of his paladin prowess since his first appearance back in 1991; in War of the Visions, he is capable of a limit burst attack called ‘Sacred Rage’, dealing heavy damage with a chance to stun. You can upgrade him further by completing the ‘Cecil Release Celebration Training Challenge Missions’, available until the end of the event period.
In Final Fantasy IV, our long-locked knight Cecil wasn’t adventuring alone. He was joined by his close childhood friends, Kain Highwind and Rosa Farrell. Both Kain and Rosa are available as UR-tier summonable units from 25 November. Kain, traditionally a dragoon knight, can perform the limit burst attack ‘Dragon’s Bane’, dealing damage to all targets within range with the chance to cause slow. A white mage, Rosa’s limit burst attack is ‘Miracle of Two Moons’, which recovers all her allies’ attack points as well as plenty of HP for allies within range.
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