Mobius Final Fantasy players have a big new reason to dive back into the game if they’ve stepped away from it for a while, because a new Final Fantasy 7-themed event has just kicked off. The event is called Fatal Calling Part 1, and it features none other than the iconic villain Sephiroth.
This new collaboration event features an original story that will also feature Cloud Strife, as well as a new materia system that was built specifically for this game. Players will be able to summon and transform into Sephiroth as the newest Ultimate Hero, as well as summon the new warrior-type Hero of Despair. The following is a breakdown of all the new content:
- All-New Final Fantasy VII Remake-themed Quests and Regions: In addition to the “Fatal Calling Part 1” event, “Sephiroth Descends,” the newest multiplayer quest, is available only in February. Players can enjoy more of the original story content through Parts 2 and 3 of the “Fatal Calling” region that open on February 8 and 15, respectively.
- Powerful Final Fantasy XV and Final Fantasy XIV collaboration cards: Back by popular demand, the Noctis, Prompto, Lunafreya, Aranea, Gladiolus, Ignis, Iris, and Ardyn ability cards from Final Fantasy XV, along with the Bahamut, Odin, Garuda, Titan, Alexander and Bismark ability cards from Final Fantasy XIV are all available to summon for a limited time from February 1 to 7.
- Special In-Game Bonuses: Up to 14 Summon Tickets, 2 Growstars and the Sephiroth: Dissidia Final Fantasy ability card may be obtained by simply logging in during the month of February.
- New Aerith-themed Meia Job Available to Summon: “Flower Girl of Midgar,” a new Legend Job, is available to summon from February 15 to March 1.
- Limited Time Purchase Bonus: During the entire month of February, those that purchase 6,000 Magicite will receive the Legend Job based on Cloud, “Soldier 1st Class” and 1 Growstar material card.
- “Last Calling” Ranking Event: Hardcore players can take on the one-on-one battle against Sephiroth and climb up the rankings to receive in-game rewards from February 22 to March 1.
- Final Fantasy VII Remake “Eclipse Contact” Collaboration Event Extended: Those who missed the previous Final Fantasy VII Remake-themed collaboration event will be able to play through the collaboration event region until March 31.
Mobius Final Fantasy is available now on iOS, Android and Steam. The game utilizes the free-to-play pricing model, and has been generally well-received. A trailer for the new collaboration event was also released, which you can check out below.