Final Fantasy VII Remake Sephiroth Brave Exvius

Final Fantasy VII Remake Sephiroth Brave Exvius Neo Vision Revealed

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The Neo Vision cinematic for Sephiroth for the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake collaboration in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is officially here. This new cinematic features the design for Sephiroth from Final Fantasy VII Remake. You can also see the iconic villain floating above Midgar. This Neo Vision will be available to the Japanese client of the game on April 9, 2021.

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This is the first part of a series of Final Fantasy VII Remake characters that will appear in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius as part of a collaboration. Special versions of Tifa and Aerith will arrive in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius on March 31, 2021. Like Sephiroth, they will receive their own special Neo Vision cinematics. Each of these cinematics harken back to key moments or attacks in the game associated with the individual character.

You can watch the Final Fantasy VII Remake Sephiroth Neo Vision cinematic in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius below.

Additionally, Barret will receive an upgrade to his unit as well. However, he will not be receiving a unique cinematic like Tifa, Aerith, or Sephiroth. The official Final Fantasy Brave Exvius website details the collaboration event in full and states what characters will be affected and changed once the event goes live.

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is available on Android and iOS devices.


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