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A subscription-based system for Brave Exvius is under consideration, plans for 30 years

A subscription-based system for Brave Exvius is under consideration, plans for 30 years

Written by Brayden — 25 Apr 2019

While the Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia team have not considered it at all, it's another story for the Final Fantasy Brave Exvius team.

Producer Hiroki Fujimoto has revealed in an interview in DualShockers that a subscription-based system is under consideration for the game.

"A subscription-based system is something that is under consideration, but there are no concrete plans for it at this time."

But that's not all, he also talked about how long they plan to support the game for.

"The Japanese version turns four this October, while the Global version turns three this June. These past four years have felt long at times, but at the same time they’ve really flown by. The fact that we've been able to keep on with this game thus far is thanks to all of the players who play this game."

"I'm truly grateful. We receive many comments, and there are a great many points that we haven't been able to reflect, but I hope that the players will continue to support the game, and that they'll enable Final Fantasy Brave Exvius to continue pushing content out in the five, ten, and thirty years to come. We are developing content with the serious ambition of supporting this game for the next thirty years."


You can check out the interview in full here.