Introducing a brand-new FINAL FANTASY tactical RPG worldwide.

In the latest work of the FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS series, experience a battle that has remained unknown in the world of FFBE...until now.

Characters from past FINAL FANTASY titles will be included!

Twin princes and the beautiful steel maiden—
The War of the Visions begins!

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Experience the stories of each kingdom and its warriors on the continent of Ardra by exploring Story Quests, World Quests, Event Quests, and more.
Cooperate with other players to progress in Multiplayer Quests, or compete online via Duel.

<Battle System>
The pinnacle of tactical battles, presented in 3D terrains with various elevations. Aim for victory by employing unique strategies for each battle.
Auto-battle and increased speed settings are also available, allowing beginners to play with ease.
Similar to previous FINAL FANTASY titles, characters can make a difference between victory and defeat with special moves called Limit Bursts that feature impressive displays and powerful attacks!
Familiar Espers of the FINAL FANTASY series will appear in CG animations, supporting players with their incredible power.

<Job System & Elements>
Acquire new jobs by raising units with the Job System. In addition, each unit has an Element that can be utilized against enemies to deal increased damage. Make good use of the Job System and Elements to gain the advantage in battle.

In addition to Story Quests where you can enjoy the main tale of War of the Visions, you can enjoy more than 200 unique quests within World Quests and Event Quests, where various materials can be acquired.

<Voice Acting>
Story Quests are fully voiced in Japanese and English. Choose your preferred language and enjoy the tale of War of the Visions.

Familiar to the FFBE series, the BGM of War of the Visions is composed by Elements Garden (Noriyasu Agematsu).
The world of War of the Visions is adorned with stately timbre performed by a full orchestra.

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Leonis, a small kingdom surrounded by powerful nations, has remained unconquered with the help of a curious ring bestowed upon it king by the "Winged One."

With visions—the hopes and dreams of
legendary warriors given life—on their side,
Leonis could hold its own against the might of other kingdoms.

But as the ever-repeating cruelty of fate would have it,
even the bonds of love and friendship cannot remain unscathed.

The twin princes of Leonis,
Mont and Sterne, are no exception.

Their feud signals the beginning of the end of the longstanding War of the Visions.

In this war-torn land of rivaling nations,
who will be left smiling
in the dazzling light of the Crystal?

<Familiar FINAL FANTASY series Espers such as Ifrit and Ramuh appear!>
<In addition to Ayaka and Aileen from FFBE, Global-original characters will also participate in WAR OF THE VISIONS FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS!>

And so begins the tale of the War of the Visions.

What’s New

Version 1.0.1

Service Scheduled to Start 3/25/2020

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
3.4K Ratings

3.4K Ratings

Nero aquila ,

A Bittersweet Success

I am blown away by the production value of this game. The art, models, music, and voice acting are so much better than I could have hoped, and I’m truly impressed. Despite that and how excited I am to see a new Final Fantasy Tactics game, it also causes a great deal of pain. Final Fantasy Tactics was once one of highest praised tactics rpgs on the market. The PSOne original and the Tactics Advance successors were such master classes in game design. Sadly, it feels like the legacy and potential is squandered here. There are console quality graphics, music, cutscenes, and, VO; but they’re stranded on a gacha based mobile game. Instead of reviving the long loved and long ignored king of tactics, we just get this sad tease. I’ll probably still play it, I’m desperate. But instead of utilizing this team’s talent and celebrating the return of FFT, I find myself already rolling my eyes at premium currencies, a bloated roster, and a slog of upgrade materials.

Just let me pay you the $60 for the fully fleshed out FFT title we deserve. I feel like a starved dog that’s been thrown scraps. I’ll like the crumbs off the floor, but it’ll never be the same as a nice steak.

Helecon ,

It’s fixed!

I love the concept of the other FFBE, but that battle system was sub-par. This game fixes that issue. The 3D art and battle is 😻. Square-Enix has outdone themselves again, I’m a huge fan and played all the FF and I love their FFtactics games and this one gorgeous. It may seem to complex but after a day of playing the only issue I have is that my phone isn’t big enough, I’m sure it would be easier to press all of the icons with a wider screen.
I can’t say how much I like this game even though it has pay to win options. The summon/gambling/surprise mechanics seems generous enough that even now on day 3 I have a party full of “Ultra-Rares” but one of them always manages to die during battle, so they are not OP. I probably spent about a $100 in micro transactions in my entire LIFE, but it may soon double tomorrow.
Auto battle is always handy, but the computer makes dumb decisions sometimes, even for your heroes. Totally try this game if you’re a fan, worth it.

BeerRules ,

Sad to see FFT attached this

Big fan of FFT. I played the PS1 game when I was in middle school and have followed/played all the sequels and ports. To be fair: this is not an FFT game. This is a gacha game with Square Enix branding. Much of the core of what made FFT great or any tactic game for that matter) is missing here. This is a slogging, p2w grindfest. I understand this type of game appeals to some and was/is wildly successful in Japan and Korea. Some here in the US might like it. But I do not.

The story mode seems okay but having just one UR unit, you can blow through all of it rather quickly. In fact, it promotes auto battles and skipping—who wants that? If you want to play a tactical turn-based RPG, don’t bother here. If you want a game with an insane p2w system, hours upon countless hours of grinding, well I don’t know what’s wrong with you.

I’d rather pay $40-50 for a polished game I can play through multiple times. I do not have the time nor patience for a game like this.


673.9 MB

Requires iOS 12.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


English, French, German, Korean, Spanish, Traditional Chinese

Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
In-App Purchases
  1. Visiore Pack A $0.99
  2. Visiore Pack D $12.99
  3. Visiore Pack E $23.99


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