Mobius Final Fantasy Receives First Female Playable Character

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

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Mobius Final Fantasy | Meia

For the first time, Mobius Final Fantasy is getting a female playable character.

Named Meia, the character becomes playable after reaching the latest chapter, “Chapter VI: Bewitching Memories.”

Not only will you see her story, but Meia is also getting exclusive job cards. There’s the “Fauviste” card, which is a balanced job that provides resistance to fire and water. Also, you have the “Esmeralda” card, which provides powerful magic attacks.

Square Enix released a trailer detailing some of the classes for Meia:

In other Mobius Final Fantasy news, Square is introducing a few events in honor of the month of Halloween. First, they are giving away a pumpkin accessory to customize Meia with to all players. Also, between October 16th and November 2nd, players will be gifted one elixir per day just by logging in. Lastly, between October 24th and October 31st, players will be able to take part in the October Ranking Event for Hardcore Players in order to increase leaderboard ranking and receive prizes.

Square Enix is also running an art contest for North American fans. Those who enter are eligible to win prizes and will automatically receive 150 Square Enix Members points. You can check out full details here. The site appears to be down for maintenance at the time of this article, but I would try checking back later.

Mobius Final Fantasy is available now on mobile devices for free. You can also play the game on Steam, which is also free. Of course, there are in-app purchases you can make, but they are not required.

SOURCE: Press Release

About Tyler Trosper

Tyler Trosper graduated Ball State University with a major in Creative Writing and a minor in Professional Writing. Originally joining Operation Rainfall as an anime news writer, he also writes gaming news and dabbles in reviews. His one true love in life is Xenosaga, and he prays daily for a fourth game.