A new Final Fantasy game will be arriving to the Japanese mobile marketplace as it gets released for iOS and Android devices later this year. Final Fantasy: Record Keeper is a free-to-play title developed by DeNA and published by Square Enix. The game will also feature microtransactions and they will in-game items like equipments and weapons.
Square Enix hasn’t revealed much about Final Fantasy: Record Keeper or its gameplay mechanics yet, but there are some things we already know. The main storyline is to help Deshi, Doctor Moogle and Cid to re-record all lost Final Fantasy games that the chaos hid somewhere in the world. This means you have to enter in the Final Fantasy worlds, experience and record the most iconic events of the games in order to recover them back to the library. After recovering a title, its characters join your team and you can use them in battles.
During the gameplay sequences, you will be taking control of all Final Fantasy characters and even the summons such as Ifrit, Shiva and Ramuh. Final Fantasy: Record Keeper seems (not confirmed) to be featuring the same gameplay mechanics as we have previously seen in Final Fantasy: All the Bravest. It means abilities are performed by touching the characters on the screens and waiting their gauge to refill to attack again. You could also spot a gauge from the trailer. In All the Bravest, it allowed players to go on “Fever Mode” and deal a huge amount of damage. Perhaps in Record Keeper it’s used for calling summons and perform powerful attacks.
Stay tuned for more information!
Categories: Final Fantasy