Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia Heads West This Winter

Square Enix has announced a western release for Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia, their smartphone adaptation of the cross-franchise Final Fantasy action game.

The game will launch in western regions sometime this winter, following its January 2017 Japanese release. If you follow the Facebook pageTwitter page, or pre-register on Google Play you’ll earn up to 5,000 Gems (the in-game currency) when the game launches.

Here’s a rundown on the game:

Darkness converges upon us, and the world crumbles before our very eyes…

What was once a sanctuary for the weary has now become a battlefield.

Long ago, the deities Spiritus and Materia warped the fabric of time and space to create a new world—a world they populated with warriors from other realms.

These men and women were forced to fight day and night without reprieve, and the strain of endless battle soon grew to be too great.

With battered bodies and shattered spirits, they sent out a cry for help…

Key Features:

  • A Dream Collaboration! – Legendary heroes and villains from across the Final Fantasy series come together in a compelling story of powerful deities and a world in peril. Fans of the series will see their favorite characters in a brand-new adventure, and newcomers will experience the compelling story, drama, and combat that the Final Fantasy series is known for!
  • Turn-Based Combat with a Twist! – Engage in simple yet strategic turn-based combat! The unique Bravery system challenges you to balance offense with defense as you build up your Bravery and wait for the right moment to strike!
  • Assemble Your Party! – Build parties from a cast of dozens of Final Fantasy heroes and villains and prepare them for battle with a variety of equipment and abilities. Embark on a journey alongside beloved characters and encounter familiar faces, summons, and more along the way!
  • Play with Friends! – Multiplayer quests allow you to join forces with up to two other players to bring down mighty enemies and earn fabulous rewards!
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  • alterku
  • Played the JP copy a little bit on Android. I think people that automatically dismiss a game for being phone-only might want to give this one a chance.

    Far better roster than Dissidia NT’s going to have for sure and an actual story mode.

  • Smartphone? Well we can always pray for a PC port. Square likes dumping some of that stuff on PC, they did it with Mobius.

  • Envy-Noson

    Yes! I need this.

  • Sean Sharpe

    So… basically Brave Exvius with chibi 3D models instead of 2D sprites and less original characters I don’t care about when I draw? Might be fun to play for a while and not spend a dime at like every other free to play SE game.

  • I don’t think it’s a depth issue. A lot of these phone games, including this one, has a surprising amount of depth. I’d imagine microtransactions/stamina are part of it but there are games getting a bad rap but at the same time I know friends of my own that know my reasonings for ‘even touching them’ that refuse to play them out of principle. That games shouldn’t be on phones and that you’re doing a disservice by allowing the model to flourish.

    Except, that’s where a good majority of dev energy is going and money is coming from as of late.

    Oh well. More for me, I guess.

  • DukeMagus

    The models could work in a ff5 remake for 3ds. they’re on par with Bravely Default models

  • Envy-Noson

    I wouldn’t mind a FF6 remakes that doesn’t look like a shitty flash game.

  • ProxyDoug

    The art style is charming.

  • SiliconNooB

    I want to see FFVI remade using the Octopath Traveler engine!