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Mobius Final Fantasy Teams Up With Final Fantasy X for Second Anniversary Event
Celebrate Mobius Final Fantasy's 2nd Anniversary with a ton of bonuses!
08.03.18 - 9:57 PM

Celebrating two years, Mobius Final Fantasy is going all out with its celebration. The most exciting aspect is a collaboration with Final Fantasy X!

Mobius Final Fantasy x FFX Collaboration

Not only will you gain the appearance of Final Fantasy X's Tidus by summoning a new Ultimate Hero, but a new storyline titled "Dream Within a Dream" is also available. Said to be a continuation of Final Fantasy X's storyline, the prologue is available now. "Dream Within a Dream Episode 1" is set to release on August 15th with more chapters to come in the future. Yuna fans will also be happy to know that a second Ultimate Hero for her will be available to summon in September.

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The Final Fantasy X collaboration doesn't stop there, however! Two new jobs, the Auron-themed "Legendary Guardian" and Rikku-themed "Al Bhed Huntress," were also announced. You can obtain the "Legendary Guardian" now for WoL through a Greater Summon, and "Al Bhed Huntress" for Sarah is available in September.

Mobius Final Fantasy | Tidus and Yuna: FFX Ability Card

Other than that, a Sin-theme Supreme card is now available. A ranking event themed around Blitzball will be available between August 23rd and September 1st for in-game rewards. Lastly, anyone who logs in throughout the collaboration will get a nice Tidus and Yuna: FFX Ability card and a Magistral Rod for WoL.

Square Enix isn't stopping there for the two year anniversary of Mobius Final Fantasy. Throughout August, players can receive 14 free Summon Tickets and two Growstars. Also, from now until August 13th, players can receive a bonus as part of Mobius Week, which includes more stamina from elixirs, better fusion success, better chance of unlocking Extra Skills, and skillseed bonus for all elements. Anyone who logs in during August also receives the 2nd Anniversary Commemorative Stamp, which can revive players once per battle during multiplayer.

Players who purchase magicite have two bonuses available. If players purchase at least 1,500 magicite per month, they can enter VIP Mode. VIP Mode allows you to set custom skill cards for free, makes it easier to earn extra skills, and other bonuses for 31 days after your purchase. This mode will be available after the next maintenance for the game. Now, if players purchase 12,000 magicite or more, they receive two Supreme Tickets and 240 Ability Tickets for a limited time.
Lastly, an exclusive job to Mobius Final Fantasy, the EX Job Ascetic, will be available to summon starting on August 11th.

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For more details about the 2nd year anniversary, click here. Mobius Final Fantasy is available now on Android, iOS, and on Steam. The game is free but does have in-app purchases. Be sure to stay tuned to RPGFan for more coverage!


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