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Over 7 Minutes of New Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia Gameplay

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Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia
is now available in Japan for iOS and Android devices. As a signature to the series, Square Enix’s latest mobile game is starring both new and returning heroes from all Final Fantasy games – celebrating the 30th anniversary of the long-lasting series. It also borrows soundtrack from Dissidia Final Fantasy -Arcade- that includes original tracks and remixes of Final Fantasy music. Alongside this, the Opera Omnia also features new tracks such as “Spark”.

The game features turn-based combat inspired by the Dissidia series’ Bravery and HP system: The player starts out with a set amount of BRV and he has to steal BRV from the enemies by attacking them with BRV attacks to add it to one’s own total. After the player has gained enough BRV points, he can unleash HP attack that causes equal damage to his current amount of BRV. Using HP attacks will reset the BRV number to zero (0), allowing enemies to hit the player into “break” that makes him vulnerable. The same way the player can “break” the enemies, gaining extra potent BRV points. There are also special skills with debuffs to use limited times in the fights.

Similar to other games in the series, Opera Omnia features summons such as Shiva, Ramuh, Ifrit and more. The summon meter fills based on the damage the player contributes and receives. Once filled, a powerful spell with bonus buffs can be released. Like many mobile games, Opera Omnia also has a gacha system: by collecting crystals from battles and completing extra objectives, the player can consume these into rng-based weapons and gear varying from one to five stars. Equipment also drop from fights and extra ones, alongside materials, can be used to upgrade other gear. The characters also gain levels from fights and learn new skills that way. Special typed crystals also drop and can be consumed to unlock new stat boosts for your characters of choice.

The Western release for Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia is still open, and if it success well in Japan, it will likely release in Europe and North America eventually.

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