Published on August 9th, 2017 | by admin
THE POST-APOCALYPTIC WORLD OF NIER: AUTOMATA COMES TO FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS
Registration for New York City Fan Festa Event Opens Today
SYDNEY, 9TH August 2017 – Square Enix Ltd., today announced further details for the highly anticipated NieR: Automata™ collaboration in FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS™, which is set to begin this Friday, 11th August. The critically-acclaimed mobile RPG continues to provide new content and collaborations to its growing community, having recently reached 25 million total downloads worldwide.
Until 24th August, characters from the hit action-RPG, NieR: Automata, including 2B, 9S, 21O, and Adam will transform into pixel art to join the ever-growing cast of units in FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS. Additionally, A2 and Eve enter the mobile game as two new global exclusive characters. During this limited time event, players will face off against waves of machines and familiar NieR: Automata bosses as they collect medals to exchange for special in-game rewards and materials use to craft weapons and armor, including the iconic Emil’s Head.
A summer package filled with numerous in-game items also debuts this week. From 9th until 18th August, players may purchase a special bundle of items, once daily for 400 Lapis, which includes a rare summon ticket, a Magic Key, NRG (stamina), and more.
SQUARE ENIX also announced the start of registration for the FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS Fan Festa event in New York City, which will take place during New York Comic Con on 6th October at CAPITALE. Producer Kei Hirono and Global Version Producer Hiroki Fujimoto invite players to this free fan event to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the title and to thank fans for their continued support.
For more information on the event, including the registration page, please visit the official Fan Festa website: http://sqex.to/FanFesta
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.