War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius debut trailer, pre-registration now available in Japan

500,000 pre-registrations gets you Y'shtola as a unit character.

War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius

Square Enix has released the debut trailer and opened pre-registration for War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, its December 2018-announced Final Fantasy tactical RPG for smartphones due out in 2019 in Japan.

War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is set on the continent Adler, which is located in the world of Lapis. On this land where legends of crystals have been passed down since ancient times, the story of a “War of the Visions” revolving around supremacy will begin.

Battles utilize a tactical system set on 3D fields with different levels of elevation. The game features both an “Auto Mode” and “High-Speed Mode,” allowing even beginners to easily jump in.

Additionally, each character has unique “Limit Bursts” and “Abilities,” as well as “Summons” that activate with a flashy 3D movie. The Final Fantasy series’ familiar “Job System” will also appear. And in addition to fully-voiced “Story Quests,” there are also various other quests such as “World Quests” and “Event Quests.”

Furthermore, War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius includes various additional elements such as “Multi Quests,” “Multi Raids,” “Duel (Real-Time Battles),” “The Guild,” and other content intended for advanced players.

Pre-registration is available here. If 400,000 pre-registrations are achieved, players will gain access to Siren as a summon character. And if 500,000 pre-registrations are achieved, players will gain access to Y’shtola Rhul from Final Fantasy XIV as a unit character.

Watch the new trailer below.

Thanks, FinalFantasy.com.

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