Square Enix’s Mobile Battle Royale Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier hits 1 million downloads

Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier 1 million downloads

It’s only been four days since Square Enix released the mobile battle royale game based on Final Fantasy VII’s SOLDIER organization, and in that half-time, it’s been downloaded over a million times via iOS and Android. Title Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier, the game features 75-player magical battles, the kind you might expect from the Final Fantasy franchise.

To mark this milestone, Square Enix is ​​giving players a number of helpful giveaways, including 3 Shinra Bundle Tickets – each with 3 items from the Shinra Pack and two Chocobo feeds. The items will be delivered to all players, so all you need to do is log in.

Of course, the high player count has a bit of an effect on the game’s matchmaking system and increases the chances for players to encounter each other in battle. The dev team is tweaking this as we speak, tweaking the player/bot ratio, and plan to put it live after maintenance on Nov.

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