Mobius Final Fantasy Hits 3 Million Downloads

Thursday, September 1st, 2016

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Mobius Final Fantasy

Within its first month of release outside of Japan, Mobius Final Fantasy has been downloaded over 3 million times. Almost in celebration of this milestone, a new update will release relatively soon with a plethora of new features.

Square Enix described the contents of the update in a press release:

  • Cooperative Multiplayer: Starting September 8, players can use the jobs and decks they’ve developed to fight climactic battles against colossal opponents with a party of up to four players. This will be accessible through the new Ring of Braves region.

  • A New Sidequest Region: In the first exploration region, The Silent Ruins, players can enhance their cards and get a better understanding of the main story while obtaining different items and skillseeds.

  • New Samurai, Assassin and Red Mage Job Cards: Three new powerful jobs, the samurai (warrior), the assassin (ranger) and the red mage can now be acquired. Fifteen new ability cards including three Fast Learner cards are also being added, greatly expanding players’ tactical options.

  • Limited-Time FINAL FANTASY Record Keeper Cards: “ Legend” cards featuring FINAL FANTASY heroes as seen in FINAL FANTASY Record Keeper will be available from September 8 until October 7.

Mobius Final Fantasy released in Japan back in June of last year but launched internationally in August. The game is available for iOS and Android. Unlike other mobile Final Fantasy games, Mobius was created with the intention of rivaling the quality of a console Final Fantasy game. You can learn more about the game at the official website or its Facebook and Twitter pages.

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.