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Cloud returns in Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia, available now

By , on February 1, 2018
Last modified 3 weeks, 3 days ago

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The Dissidia series transports the famous characters of Final Fantasy into a multidimensional spin-off, where gods form new worlds and fight endless wars. The first entry on the mobile platform, Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia was launched last year in Japan. Now, publisher Square Enix is releasing it for Western players too, so you can join in the JRPG fun.

The game drops you in the battered greaves of a weary warrior, recuperating in Opera Omnia. This world was forged by two gods to offer champions across the universe a break from war. Sadly, monsters have breached the place through dimensional tears. Now, you, along with other famous characters from the Final Fantasy franchise, must help an ancient moogle to restore balance to the world. Battle monsters, earn gems and discover more characters – and ultimately save the day.

Developed by Team Ninja, Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia features the classic turn-based battles that are a feature of the franchise. You also have a Bravery bar, which builds as you attack. That stored power can then be released at your foes.

When you’re not going solo with a band of NPCs, join forces with your friends. Opera Omnia comes with a dedicated multiplayer mode, transforming it into an MMOJRPG for the mobile. Earn coveted gems as you battle monsters with your buddies.

Whether you’re a diehard fan who misses Cloud Strife’s moody ways, or just a lover of Japanese RPGs, try Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia for free on iOS and Android.

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