War of the Visions Tomb Raider

Lara Croft to Appear in War of the Visions Through Tomb Raider Crossover

Square Enix has announced a War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius and Tomb Raider crossover event. The official War of the Visions Twitter account provided a few details regarding the event. Additionally, the War of the Visions YouTube channel posted a video, sharing more details regarding the event. Starting on September 22, 2021 players will be able to obtain Lara Croft, the titular Tomb Raider, through the War of the Visions crossover event.

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Lara will appear in War of the Visions with the Tomb Raider Job Class. This is an entirely unique Job that only Lara will be exclusive to this character. Her two Sub Jobs are Ranger and Gunner. Additionally, a special Vision Card will also be available to obtain for a limited time to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Tomb Raider series. The Vision Card feature a special illustration of Lara Croft as she appears in the classic iterations of the Tomb Raider series. Logging in during the event period will grant players with the Vision Card.

However, in order to obtain Lara Croft in War of the Visions, players will need to roll on the Tomb Raider collaboration banner. As mentioned previously, this special banner will be available beginning September 22, 2021.

Other crossover events that have appeared in War of the Visions include a recent Final Fantasy VII Remake collaboration event, a Final Fantasy X event, and a Final Fantasy Tactics collaboration event. Each of these events had unique crossover characters that could be obtained for a limited time.

War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is immediately available on Android and iOS devices.

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