Square Enix Ltd., has continued its celebration of Final Fantasy Brave Exvius as fans gathered at The Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles for the grand finale of the Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Fan Festa world tour. During the celebrations, producers Kei Hirono and Hiroki Fujimoto treated attendees to a number of thrilling announcements for upcoming content, including the long-awaited arrival of Cloud Strife as a playable hero.

Details of the new content include:

New Unit – Cloud Strife: Beginning 15th December, players can obtain the Final Fantasy VII hero via Featured and Rare Summons. A Final Fantasy VII themed in-game event, “Destroy the Reactor” will coincide with the introduction of Cloud Strife, from which players can obtain new items and equipment.

New Trial Boss – Glacial: The winter season brings forth the new powerful and icy enemy, Glacial, who awaits those seeking a challenge in the Chamber of the Fallen. Those that defeat Glacial will be rewarded with exclusive rewards, including the Frozen Crown—a piece of headgear optimal for healers.

New Holiday Characters: Three new holiday-themed characters—Kryla, Christine, and Carrie—will make an appearance this holiday season, and will later be joined by last year’s holiday units White Knight Noel and Santa Rosalia. Holiday characters will only be available for a limited time, and may only be obtained through the holiday Featured Summon.

King’s Knight Collaboration: The four heroes from the hit mobile game KING’S KNIGHT –Wrath of the Dark Dragon–, which also appears in FINAL FANTASY XV, will join the cast of FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS: Rayjack, Kaliva, Barusa and Toby. Each of the four characters provide a different role within the party, and together can create a full and balanced party with which players can adventure.

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is available now through the App Store, Google Play, and the Amazon App store. The game is available in six languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese (traditional) and Korean.

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