War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, a tactical RPG for mobile devices that was released in Japan last year, has now begun accepting pre-registrations worldwide. Similar to the Japanese release, players interested in the turn-based game can now pre-register on the official War of the Visions website, granting users the chance to unlock special in-game rewards via registration goals that will be waiting for them when the game launches this spring on iOS and Android devices.
War of the Visions is set in the Final Fantasy Brave Exvius universe, and focuses on Ardra, a continent on the brink of war as individual nations struggle for dominance. The story follows the lives of twin princes Mont and Sterne from the kingdom of Leonis, which possesses the power of visions, and of Machérie, a Steel Maiden of Hourne.
Taking a page from classical turn-based tactical RPGs from Square Enix, War of Visions features a variety of battlefields that will prompt players into strategizing their attacks against enemy forces and summoning powerful Espers to help them fight. The game also features artwork created by Final Fantasy series artist Isamu Kamikokuryo, who had done art for previous titles such as Final Fantasy XII, Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XV. Noriyasu Agematsu, composer for Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, will also be providing original music for the game.
By reaching a certain amount of registered users, all players will earn potential in-game rewards, including Final Fantasy XIV’s Y’shtola in her Shadowbringers garb. The full list of rewards include:
- 50,000 Users Registered: 250 Visiore, Gil Snapper (L) x20
- 100,000 Users Registered: 250 Visiore, NRG Restore (L) x5
- 150,000 Users Registered: 250 Visiore, Weapon — Excalibur (UR)
- 200,000 Users Registered: 250 Visiore, Vision Card — Aquatic Songstress, Siren (UR)
- 250,000 Users Registered: 250 Visiore, Unit — Y’shtola (MR)
- 300,000 Users Registered: 1,000 Visiore
War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius will be a free-to-download game with in-app purchases on iOS and Android devices. Text bubbles will be supported in English, French, German, Spanish, Korean and Traditional Chinese, while voiceovers will be supported in English and Japanese.