WAR OF THE VISIONS FFBE

WAR OF THE VISIONS FFBE

By SQUARE ENIX

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2020-03-24
  • Current Version: 1.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 642.65 MB
  • Developer: SQUARE ENIX
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4.65587
4.65587
From 4,138 Ratings

Description

Introducing a brand-new FINAL FANTASY tactical RPG worldwide. In the latest work of the FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS series, experience a battle that has remained unknown in the world of FFBE...until now. Characters from past FINAL FANTASY titles will be included! Twin princes and the beautiful steel maiden— The War of the Visions begins! • ---------------------------------------- •               Gameplay • ---------------------------------------- • Experience the stories of each kingdom and its warriors on the continent of Ardra by exploring Story Quests, World Quests, Event Quests, and more. Cooperate with other players to progress in Multiplayer Quests, or compete online via Duel. <Battle System> The pinnacle of tactical battles, presented in 3D terrains with various elevations. Aim for victory by employing unique strategies for each battle. Auto-battle and increased speed settings are also available, allowing beginners to play with ease. Similar to previous FINAL FANTASY titles, characters can make a difference between victory and defeat with special moves called Limit Bursts that feature impressive displays and powerful attacks! Familiar Espers of the FINAL FANTASY series will appear in CG animations, supporting players with their incredible power. <Job System & Elements> Acquire new jobs by raising units with the Job System. In addition, each unit has an Element that can be utilized against enemies to deal increased damage. Make good use of the Job System and Elements to gain the advantage in battle. <Quests> In addition to Story Quests where you can enjoy the main tale of War of the Visions, you can enjoy more than 200 unique quests within World Quests and Event Quests, where various materials can be acquired. <Voice Acting> Story Quests are fully voiced in Japanese and English. Choose your preferred language and enjoy the tale of War of the Visions. <Music> Familiar to the FFBE series, the BGM of War of the Visions is composed by Elements Garden (Noriyasu Agematsu). The world of War of the Visions is adorned with stately timbre performed by a full orchestra. • ---------------------------------------- •                    Story • ---------------------------------------- • Leonis, a small kingdom surrounded by powerful nations, has remained unconquered with the help of a curious ring bestowed upon it king by the "Winged One." With visions—the hopes and dreams of legendary warriors given life—on their side, Leonis could hold its own against the might of other kingdoms. But as the ever-repeating cruelty of fate would have it, even the bonds of love and friendship cannot remain unscathed. The twin princes of Leonis, Mont and Sterne, are no exception. Their feud signals the beginning of the end of the longstanding War of the Visions. In this war-torn land of rivaling nations, who will be left smiling in the dazzling light of the Crystal? <Familiar FINAL FANTASY series Espers such as Ifrit and Ramuh appear!> <In addition to Ayaka and Aileen from FFBE, Global-original characters will also participate in WAR OF THE VISIONS FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS!> And so begins the tale of the War of the Visions.

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Reviews

  • Thoroughly Impressed!

    5
    By JayceeDubyuh
    I have to say being a fan of previous FFT titles, this preserved the climate of a Tactics game down to the faint voices when characters die! Love the dialogue, the artwork is stunning, and there are a TON of options for content. Will warn that this game isn’t for the financially challenged, so if you like a game that doesn’t have a pay wall (what game doesn’t these days?) this isn’t for you. Even then with the celebration opener being held, you can easily max out a until that can carry through beginner endgame content. People complaining about how they have to pay to unlock the full spectrum of the game are just looking for a free handout, to be honest.
  • Carbon Copy of Alchemist Code

    1
    By LanceShaw
    Just like the title says. It’s a pretty game but looks literally exactly like the game Alchemist Code
  • Honest Review

    5
    By Rafaael20
    Awesome Game !! That’s all I love it
  • The Alchemist Code #2

    1
    By Dh irhthfhdi
    This is literally an exact copy of The Alchemist Code, with only changing character skins. The did absolutely no work to make this game, and charge you an arm and a leg more than most Gatcha type games do...stay away
  • Could be amazing....but

    3
    By dwphb
    Was so excited to play tatics again. This story is awesome,battle is awesome....gatcha ok,I'm ok with that as long as F2P players have a little bit of a chance. The two things majorly wrong with this game is after you finish the story, it will take you weeks to get enough crystals to summon. Where you have a 2% chance to get a ultra rare. The NRG is SO bad....events cost 25 so after 2 missions your out of NRG for hours. It's like you don't want us to play the game. This game has so much potential but the developers clearly just want the quick buck. Sad
  • FFT but updated in the worst ways

    3
    By Gaminghands
    I’ve played this for about 12 hours and decided to drop this game for a number of reasons. GAMEPLAY: Familiar tactical feel similar to FFT.... but with the clunky controls of a touchscreen with no way to change the camera manually or zooming out further. Has an auto play feature.... but the AI is so stupid you are better off doing it manually in some maps. Direction positioning doesn’t matter anymore, if it does, it is certainly almost a non-factor. STORY: Basically copy and paste FFT, but have less development on individual character development besides the 3-5 first major characters named. Then have this same story segmented to fit the “cutscene before battle” formula instead of having dialogues inside the battle for more dramatic effect. PROGRESSION For the most part, it’s pretty nice..... until you realize that to awaken any character you are forced into CO-OP. I really enjoyed the pace of progression until I realized this fact. There are many characters in the game.... but all the customization is prefixed aside from team building. CONCLUSION You will need a lot of time investment and commitment in this game. Auto-battle makes it easy for you, but with the unreliable AI, it really doesn’t help. This game has a huge Dragalia Lost feel to it, and power creep really hit that game hard. This game is just another ticking time bomb until then (check Japanese version and you’ll see).
  • BA

    5
    By Jimbobtrailermush
    Pretty bad to the bone...down side is the over priced shop haha
  • Extremely Buggy

    1
    By bug ridden junk
    Sound does not work (I have iPhone 11 Pro Max). I tried uninstalling and reinstalling and it won’t let me use the same Facebook account to login as the one I used literally minutes before. Good graphics in mute cutscenes were not riveting.
  • Look what they’ve done to our boy.

    1
    By MoneyLoo
    Straight massacred the memory of Tactics just to shove a dozen different fake currencies down your throat to encourage you to give them one specific one over and over. I know everyone wants an easy taste of that mobile money, but shame Squenix, shame.
  • Awesome .... But

    4
    By Wilens Galette
    I have a lot of mixed feelings about this game. In general, much like the original brave exvius, it is a very very slow paced game, but if you can live with it, it can become enjoyable. This inspired me to replay the original brave exvius, not only that, but once you get past the extremely steep learning curve, I realized it is awesome to be playing a game that reminds me of Final Fantasy Tactics, one of the greatest video games of all time.

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