Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia Celebrates One Million Worldwide Downloads

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When Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia launched in Japan, it ended up getting one million downloads in less than a week. A similar sort of milestone has happened with the worldwide launch, as it has passed over one million downloads worldwide since its release in the west. As a reward, everyone who logs in by March 14, 2018 gets 1,000 Gems. (As a reminder, it costs 5,000 Gems to get the 10+1 pull on a Draw banner.)


This comes alongside a number of major game updates. Chapter 6 is immediately available in Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia. This means Final Fantasy V’s Galuf, Final Fantasy X’s Wakka and Final Fantasy XI’s Shantotto can be recruited. Final Fantasy XII’s Balthier Character Event will be beginning soon in March 2018, though an exact date has not yet been specified and the quest line is not showing up yet on the map. On March 4, 2018, an Armor Token Exchange will let people earn Armor Tokens that allow them to exchange for 5-star armor for characters like Cloud, Edge, Terra, Vaan, Warrior of Light and Yuna. Artifacts can be acquired from limited Co-op Quests starting March 4, 2018 to get passive abilities as well. March 7, 2018 will bring with it a Firion, Vaan and Yang Weekly Draw banner. Finally, a Double Reward Bonus Daily Quest event will begin and World of Illusions: Carbuncle’s Treasures dungeon will appear on March 12, 2018.


Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia is available for Android and Apple iOS devices.

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