FFVII The First Soldier Mimic Materia Cloud Strife

FFVII The First Soldier Mimic Materia Turns Players Into Cloud Strife

The latest update to Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier includes a new mechanic for players to utilize. The “mimic materia” in FFVII The First Soldier will allow for players to transform into Cloud Strife. Not only will this empower the player who has used the Mimic Materia to transform into Cloud, but they will have access to some of his signature abilities as well. However, in order to obtain the Mimic Materia, players will need to take down a challenging enemy. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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Players can obtain mimic materia can by fighting anomalies that spawn in glitch fields. After defeating the spawned enemy, players will obtain the special materia and effectively transform into Final Fantasy VII protagonist Cloud Strife after using it. Players will have increased move speed and a higher jump for a limited period of time. Additionally, they will also be able to use Cloud’s Limit Breaks, Cross Slash and Braver.

Shortly after release, Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier hit its first download milestone. Just 24 hours after its initial release, the game passed one million downloads. To celebrate the occasion, free in-game rewards were distributed to players.

Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier is immediately available for Android and iOS devices.

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