Mobius Final Fantasy begins two-week Final Fantasy XV collaboration event

March content updates also outlined.

Square Enix has begun a two-week Final Fantasy XV collaboration event for Mobius Final Fantasy with the arrival of limited edition cards, as well as outlined new content updates for March.

Get the details below.

Final Fantasy XV Collaboration Event (March 17 to March 31)

Mobius Final Fantasy

For a limited time, Noctis, Lady Lunafreya, Prompto, and others from Final Fantasy XV will lend their special powers to the Warrior of Light as new ability cards. Additionally, the rare and powerful “Unbreakable Bonds: Final Fantasy XV” Supreme card also joins the line-up of special event cards. It grants players the powerful “Royal Arms” ability to take down even the strongest of foes.

For the duration of this collaboration, players will also be able to perform one ability card summon per day at no cost. Furthermore, up to six different Final Fantasy XV stamps and two exclusive ability cards, the Regalia and Cindy, are available as login bonuses.

March Content Updates

Mobius Final Fantasy

Two new jobs, additions to the legend job line-up, and new ability cards come to Mobius Final FantasyY this month. The Berserker and Rogue jobs offer the Warrior of Light a variety of new abilities and battle styles, giving players even more options when planning their attack strategy. These jobs, along with new ability cards, will give players the edge in the fight against Anima and Ultima—the latest additions to the Ring of Braves multiplayer arena. Furthermore, until March 23, players can gain an edge in multiplayer battles through the Revival Stamp Campaign, which grants recovery from incapacitation once per battle without the use of phoenix down.

Mobius Final Fantasy is available as a free download title on the App Store, Google Play, and Steam.

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