Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Advent Children Crossover Event is Live

Celebrate "Mother's" Day with Final Fantasy Brave Exvius' Advent Children Crossover event.

Final Fantasy 7 is back in a big way, thanks to the spectacular Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Possibly in honor of the remake’s bold take on the JRPG classic (or not), Square Enix has announced a Final Fantasy 7 Advent Children crossover for the mobile title Final Fantasy Brave Exvius.

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The event is live now and runs through May 20. While Advent Children might not have been the follow-up Final Fantasy 7 fans wanted, it at least provided Cloud Strife and Tifa Lockheart with some snazzy new duds and abilities.

These carry over into Brave Exvius. On top of their Advent Children outfits, Cloud and Tifa get a bundle of new moves, too, including new Limit Breaks. You can check those out in the video at the top of this post, courtesy of the Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Twitter account.

The crossover brings with it a handful of special events. One is the Midgar’s Edge event, where you can earn special currency to swap for rewards like Enlightenment Keys.

All Final Fantasy Brave Exvius players get a range of bonuses starting today as well. Exchange Coins are one of them, which you can use to summon Final Fantasy characters, and there are also 4-star EX+ Summoning Tickets. Anyone who logs in daily starting today gets a Prism at the end of the event; Prisms let you upgrade units into their 7-star forms. No more holding back.

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is free to play on iOS and Android, and we think it’s one of the best mobile titles you can find. If you’re just getting started, check out our tips for new FF Brave Exvius players, and stay tuned to GameSkinny for more Final Fantasy news as it develops.

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