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Selection of Campaigns Coming to Mobius Final Fantasy Including Final Fantasy 7 Remake for a Limited Time

Having achieved over 10 million registered users worldwide, Square Enix today announced the start of a selection of special reward campaigns for its critically acclaimed mobile RPG adventure Mobius Final Fantasy, including a limited time Final Fantasy VII Remake collaboration event.

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Final Fantasy VII, an exclusive collaboration event begins today bringing the mysterious city of Midgar to Mobius Final Fantasy as a special region for a limited time only.

The event will be released in three parts throughout February and will be available until the 1st April. By progressing through the region, players can obtain a selection of items including a strengthened “Masamume” weapon and “Aerith Echo”. The Final Fantasy VII Remake collaboration event will also bring SOLDIER 1st Class, a new warrior-type Legend job to the overall line-up, as well as a selection of Collaboration Cards available for limited times throughout the event.

Additionally, a special campaign to celebrate over 10 million registered users also started today. Until 28th February, players can obtain some spectacular gifts including special log-in bonuses. Bonus items can be found in your present box each day, and could include up to 14 Summon Tickets and 2 Growstars!

Mobius Final Fantasy is available now from the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, and STEAM now.

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