Today, Square Enix announced the start of the second part of the Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood collaboration event taking place in the hit mobile RPG Final Fantasy Brave Exvius. From now until June 2, players can summon iconic Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood characters, earn valuable rewards, participate in The Promised Day Raid Event, and enjoy additional content based on the best-hit manga and its TV anime series.
New content arriving with the Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood collaboration event includes: New Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood Units – Fan-favorite characters are available to summon in FFBE for a limited time, including Edward & Alphonse Elric as a powerful Neo Vision (NV) unit, as well as the homunculi Envy and Greed as 5-7★.. Additional characters such as Roy Mustang and King Bradley are also now NV Awakenable.
NV Premium Summon – Players can receive one Summon Coin (Edward & Alphonse Elric), one NV Exchange Ticket (Edward & Alphonse Elric), and a guaranteed 5★./NV unit with every 10+1 unit summon they perform. If players perform three 10+1 unit summons, they can perform an additional 10+1 unit summon for free.
The Promised Day Raid Event – After completing the raid, players can use the “Homunculus Raid Coins” they receive to obtain exclusive equipment, including Roy Mustang’s Cap, Edward’s Boots, and Alphonse’s Helm from a time-limited summon. Players will also have access to new abilities, like The Homunculus’s Knowledge and Good Grasp of Alchemy, in addition to past equipment from the Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood event.
FMA Brotherhood Free Weekly 10+1 Summon – Players can perform a free weekly 5★/NV Guaranteed 10+1 Summon, now until June 2. One Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood unit will be guaranteed, including Edward & Alphonse Elric (NV), Envy, Greed, Roy Mustang, King Bradley, Edward Elric, Alphonse Elric.
Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is available now as a free-to-play app (with in-app purchases) through the App Store®, Google Play™, and the Amazon App Store. This title is developed as a collaboration between Square Enix and gumi Inc. (developer of the hit title Brave Frontier). The game is available in eight languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese (traditional), Korean, Thai, and Indonesian.
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