Final Fantasy Grandmasters tops two million downloads

Another day, another smartphone game milestone.

Final Fantasy Grandmasters

Online smartphone RPG Final Fantasy Grandmasters has surpassed two million downloads, Square Enix announced.

Final Fantasy Grandmasters launched in Japan via the iOS App Store and Android Google Play on October 1 as a free-to-play title with item-based transactions.

To commemorate the milestone, Square Enix is giving away items to users who login each day between January 15 and January 22. Users who login will receive one Materiga, one Adamantite, and 100 Beastcoin. The Materiga and Adamantite will be of different elements each day.

Watch a trailer for Final Fantasy Grandmasters below.

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