Final Fantasy XVI Brave Exvius Clive Jill
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Final Fantasy XVI Clive and Jill Come to Brave Exvius JP

Clive and Jill from Final Fantasy XVI are now available to obtain in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius‘s Japanese version. Square Enix announced that both characters will appear as part of the April 11, 2024 update.

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This April 2024 update will include the addition of new Vision Cards based on the series as well. Square Enix has not yet announced when Clive and Jill will appear in the Global version of the game.

Both Clive and Jill will appear in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius as Neo Vision+ Units. Similar to previous Neo Vision Units, Clive has a unique cinematic that will accompany his Limit Break. In this case, Clive will summon (or rather, transform) into Ifrit. This cinematic mirrors one seen in Final Fantasy XVI, which features Clive transforming into Ifrit in one of the first cinematic trailers of the game.

You can watch the video of Clive and Jill from Final Fantasy XVI in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius below:

While Jill is not shown as having a cinematic, during gameplay she will transform into Shiva to attack foes with Diamond Dust. Accompanying the release of these units to the Japanese version of Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, players will have the opportunity to challenge Benedikta in both her semi-Prime and full Primal state. Engaging in these limited time fights will provide players with rewards. Additionally, players can obtain unique Vision Cards. This includes the Ifrit Vs. Dark Ifrit Vision Card and the Shiva Vs. Titan Vision Card.

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius has had numerous characters from other Final Fantasy games appear in it over the course of it’s lifespan. This has included Cloud and Tifa from Final Fantasy VII, Tidus and Yuna from Final Fantasy X, and even the Judges from Final Fantasy XII. Several of these characters have appeared as Neo Vision Units.

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is available for Android and iOS devices. Final Fantasy XVI is available for PlayStation 5, with a PC port to appear in the future.

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