Mobius Final Fantasy Will Be Your First Chance to Experience Final Fantasy VII Remake Content

Mobius Final Fantasy Will Be Your First Chance to Experience Final Fantasy VII Remake Content

Kind of.

Are you excited for Final Fantasy VII Remake but don't want to wait another who knows how many years until it actually comes out? Well luckily for you Mobius Final Fantasy has your back, sort of. For a limited time, you can unlock the Final Fantasy VII Remake version of Cloud Strife.

Starting December 2 and lasting through the end of December, a new Mobius Final Fantasy Event Stage called "Eclipse Contract" will be available. It introduces the upcoming version of Cloud (and fairy Aerith) as you work your way through a Mako reactor in an all-new story content. Cloud Strife also becomes an Ultimate Hero as a job card.

Square Enix released a new Cloud trailer to give you a glimpse at what to expect in tomorrow's new event.

There will also be other holiday events this month including the Year-End Greater Summon Festival which will re-release previous Final Fantasy VII cards, while guaranteeing a Legend Job Greater Summons.

It seems like Square Enix is using this opportunity to attract new players to its mobile Final Fantasy game. From December 2nd to the 20th there will be a prize system that will unlock free summons depending on the amount of new and returning players that log into the game between the designated times.

In addition, Mobius Final Fantasy is releasing a new area that will have an expanded tuotiral section for new players. Completion of this new area will unlock a Warrior, Mage , and Ranger job cards for free.

So while it's not really a perfect substitute for the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake, it'll probably be the first instance of the game you'll see in any official capacity for some time. Unless Square Enix plans on surprising us all in 2018 with an early release of Final Fantasy VII Remake with its planned "big year."

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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