For Final Fantasy fans who are looking for an experience that hearkens back to the series’ 90s heyday, then Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia might be just the right game. The spin-off allows players to control their favorite Final Fantasy characters in turn-based combat as they level up and get new equipment, though luck certainly plays a factor depending what you roll.
This guide will teach you how to reroll if you get a bad roll, though it certainly isn’t easy and requires methods outside of what is usually called for. The process is different for both iOS and Android, so we’ll start with the Android one.
If you’re wanting a reroll while playing the game on an Android device, then you need to change your emulated data folder for Opera Omnia so that it isn’t picked up when booting up the game. Locate the Disidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia folder on the device, then go into the app settings for the game and clear the data. This essentially gives you a clean slate and you will be able to reroll upon completing the tutorial.
Those playing the game on iOS will have to uninstall and then reinstall the game in order to be able to reroll, which is ultimately worth it if you did end up getting a bad roll.
That wraps up what you need to know about how to reroll in Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia, so hopefully you get lucky with your roll and don’t have to go through this process.