Players Can Ring in the Year of the Ox with Unique In-Game Events, Bonus Rewards, New Summonable Characters and More
SQUARE ENIX® invites players to celebrate the Lunar New Year with exciting in-game events and unique rewards in the smash hit mobile RPG FINAL FANTASY® BRAVE EXVIUS®. Beginning today until February 24, players can partake in celebratory limited-time events, themed in-game items and rewards including:
- New Lunar New Year Unit — Shui Yu, a new Neo Vision unit, is available for players to summon for a limited time. To see a video of Shui Yu in action, visit here. In addition, a myriad of powerful returning units are available to summon throughout the campaign including Xuan Wu & Qing Long, Emperor Foo, Qin, Bai Hu & Zhu Que, Chow, Yun, Ang, Yan and Ling.
- Cattle-clysmic Beginnings Event — Players can take on a new powerful boss Tujin Niu to earn new limited-time equipment, EX Tickets, an Incredibull Slots Token and more.
- Lunar Slots de Chocobo — From today until March 3, players can play this mini-game by using Incredibull Slots Tokens obtained from gameplay. Players will have the chance to obtain several items, including a Transcension Pearl, a 1/10 NV Summon Ticket, Lapis and much more.
- Login Bonus — Players will receive several exciting rewards, including Lapis, an Ascension Pearl, a Transcension Pearl and more, simply by logging in during the duration of the campaign. Players will also receive Incredibull Slot Token in their mailbox every day.
- Premium NV Summon — Players can perform a new Premium NV Summon, with every fourth Multi-Summon being a Free pull. This special summon also has a 35% summon rate for the returning 5-star Lunar New Year units.
FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS is available now as a free-to-play app (with in-app purchases) through the App Store®, Google Play™ and the Amazon App Store. This title is developed as a collaboration between SQUARE ENIX and gumi Inc. (developer of the hit title Brave Frontier). The game is available in eight languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese (traditional), Korean, Thai and Indonesian.