As part of their anniversary for FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS, Square Enix today announced new characters would be joining the game along with fan favorite Noctis as playable characters. In addition they will be doing special promotions including increasing drop rates for rainbow crystals, and special Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals.
More information including artwork for the new characters is below courtesy of their press release.
NOCTIS RETURNS TO FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS IN NEW COLLABORATION EVENT
FINAL FANTASY XV Hero Receives Upgrades Alongside Release of New Characters
- Permanent Rare Character Drop Rate Increase: Beginning on November 24, drop rates for rainbow crystals that contain top-tier characters will be tripled from the current rate, giving players a greater chance to acquire highly sought after units.
- New FINAL FANTASY XV Characters: Gladiolus, Cor and Iris join Noctis and the Kingsglaive cast as playable characters. A new FINAL FANTASY XV-themed event will accompany the debut of these characters in the coming weeks.
- Ability Upgrades for Noctis: The star of FINAL FANTASY XV will receive a number of boosts to current abilities in addition to receiving new abilities.
- New Units: FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS original characters Roy, Aura and Guromu will join the growing cast of units, and will be available through “Featured Summon.”
- Black Friday & Cyber Monday Specials: A special Black Friday bundle providing players with a 10+1 Summon Ticket, a 10% Trust Moogle, an equippable ability, and a powerful new weapon will be available for purchase using in-game currency. Additional generous bargains await players from November 24 – 30, with discounts up to 60%.
The first anniversary celebrations for FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS will conclude next month with the final Fan Festa Event in Los Angeles at The Wiltern Theater on December 9.
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 six languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese (traditional) and Korean.