Sephiroth is making his Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia debut outside of Japan. While his One-Winged Angel event was held in December 2017 in Japan, a second early character release poll held on Twitter gave people a chance to unlock the Final Fantasy VII villain worldwide early. He won the poll, and now his One-Winged Angel event has begun in the game worldwide.
Here is the official Sephiroth Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia description:
FFVII – Sephiroth
A legendary SOLDIER operative known for numerous heroic feats. Though once a popular figure, after learning the nature of his birth and coming into contact with Jenova, he changes drastically, developing an unbridled hatred for the world and everything in it. Acting on behalf of Jenova, he works to lead the planet to ruin.
(Base use count: 7)
10-hit melee BRV attack.
(Base use count: 4)
7-hit melee BRV attack and HP attack.
Raises Jenova level by 1. (Max 4)
Jenova: Lowers all enemies’ SPD. Raises own SPD based on Jenova level.
To earn Sephiroth, you must head over to the event are and take on the One-Winged Angel series of quests. He joins your group after “The Enemy of My Enemy” cutscene. You get one five-star Sephiroth’s Gloves armor after completing “One-Winged Angel Pt.3,” and a second one for getting through “One Winged Angel Pt.4.” He is available through October 14, 2018, after which people will need to wait for him to come back around and be made available in The Lost Chapters section of Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia.
The Sephiroth Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia launch is accompanied by a new weapon banner. The focus five-star weapons are Sephiroth’s Masamune (unique), Sephiroth’s Masamune Blade, Vincent’s Dark Shout (unique), Vincent’s Shortbarrel, Eiko’s Magic Racket (unique), and Eiko’s Priest’s Racket.
Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia is available for Android and Apple iOS devices. With the addition of Sephiroth, there are now 68 playable characters that can be unlocked for free in the game. This update now means it is possible to make a “villain” team, since Seymour and Kuja are also available.