'Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius' New Non-Fiction Character Revealed
Pop star Ariana Grande has been affirmed to have her guest appearance in Square Enix's free-to-play Final Fantasy mobile game, Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius. In actuality, the vocalist likewise confirmed this information on her Instagram account.
It's not clear when Grande will show up in the Final Fantasy game or how players will have the capacity to enlist or recruit her. They've connected with Square Enix for more information.
Gumi, which is cooperating with Square Enix on Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, officially affirmed Ariana Grande's involvement in the game. Besides that, Grande's song "Touch It," is earning a Final Fantasy-style remix, Gamespot says.
Furthermore, Gumi likewise expressed more insights about Grande's relationship in the game, and also a "limited time in-game event," that will be considered amidst the month. Besides that, it was likewise affirmed that Exvius has passed 9 million downloads worldwide, however, this does exclude Japan. With this turning point, the players will get a "critical help" for everyday log in rewards.
Moreover, Forbes announced that Ariana Grande broadcasted her picture as "DW" or Dangerous Woman would show up in the game through her Instagram account. The character seems to be designed according to her album cover of a similar name.
On her Instagram, Ariana Grande posted that "it's the cutest thing I've ever found in all my years and I'm so energized and in adoration, with it, I can't contain myself."
Ariana Grande – Touch It - FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS Remix || Music Video Announcement: https://t.co/7gRlpH5yO4 pic.twitter.com/YFYFDsfqFT
— King Maku (@RedMakuzawa) January 5, 2017
Dangerous Woman as a character that has an appearance precisely like somebody the players find in this series, finally, loaded with bunny ears which are a trademark of Final Fantasy symbols.
.@ArianaGrande will appear as a playable character in the next installment of @FinalFantasy. https://t.co/SmWKj7nKxA pic.twitter.com/TLCiv5F8dk — The FADER (@thefader) January 3, 2017
For non-Ariana Grande fans, her expansion to Final Fantasy Brave Exvius will scarcely be eye catching. Yet for her supporters, it appears to bring enjoyment and fun. What's more, for Square Enix and Gumi, this move could bring new players of Brave Exius and in addition different recreations in the long-running series.