Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia Offering Summer Festival Event

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia offering Summer Festival Event.
Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia offering Summer Festival Event. Square Enix

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia is offering players different events where players can enjoy rewards and bonuses. The first of these is the Summer Festival Event.

The first half of the Summer Festival Event has already started, and ends on July 16. During this event, players can participate in co-op quests along with a community points challenge in order to earn generous rewards. In addition, the first Multi-Draw from a special Summer Draw banner features EX Weapons for Kain and Vaan. As an added bonus, the first Multi-Draw is free. The second half begin July 12, and here players get to enjoy yet another free first Multi Draw from a Summer Draw banner. This time it features two more returning EX Weapons.

There is also the Sephiroth Lost Chapter event. This marks the permanent return of the One-Winged Angel to the game. Sephiroth’s EX Weapon is going to be available through a limited-time banner.

Other features include the limited-time gem pack, which features Vaan from Final Fantasy XII’s alternate costume “Conflicted Hero.” Players can now purchase this pack.

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia is a game where the heroes and villains across the Final Fantasy series come together in a story of powerful deities and a world in danger. Fans of the Final Fantasy series get to see their favorite characters in a brand-new adventure. Newcomers, meanwhile, get to enjoy a compelling story along with combat that the franchise has been known for.

The game offers players a simple, yet strategic turn-based combat experience. It has a unique Bravery system that challenges players to balance offense with defense as players build up their Bravery and wait for the right moment to strike. To explain further, there are two types of attacks in the game: HP attacks and Bravery attacks. While HP attacks can lower the health of the enemy, it needs "bravery" points in order to be effective. To build Bravery, players must use Bravery attacks on the enemy. Not only does this raise the player's Bravery, but it lowers the Bravery of the opponent. The goal is to raise Bravery high enough so that when HP attacks are used, it is enough to finish off the opponent.

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia also comes with multiplayer quests where a player can team up with a maximum of two other players in order to defeat big enemies and earn excellent rewards.

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