Part of the Brave Exvius series, War of The Visions is a tactical turn-based RPG. The gameplay looks like it takes a little bit after Final Fantasy Tactics but with updated visuals.
War of the Visions will have an entirely unique story but it will also incorporate characters that are part of previous and current Final Fantasy games. For example, Y'shtola, a popular character from Final Fantasy XIV Shadowbringers, will be given to players as a reward for use in-game if the fifth pre-registration milestone is reached.
War of The Visions Final Fantasy Brave Exvius will launch on mobile this Spring
It's a long title, to be sure. But that's not the important part. The important part is that this mobile Final Fantasy game will be launching on Android this Spring.
The pre-registration site has the general time frame listed, but it does not mention any specific day or month. So all that's clear right now is that it could launch sometime in March, April, or May. Which is a pretty large window.
Of course your best bet for knowing exactly when the game is available for download is to pre-register. Plus, if you do so then you'll get every reward that Square Enix gives out for each milestone.
There are six milestones to hit, each with a better reward
Altogether there are six different milestones. One for each amount of players that sign up for pre-registration.
The first only requires 50,000 users and the reward is 250 visiore (the game's currency) as well as 20 Gil Snapper. The second milestone is 100,000 users with a reward of 250 visiore and 5 NRG restore potions.
The third milestone is where things get a little exciting as the reward is another 250 visiore, in addition to a usable weapon. The sword Excalibur. Milestones 4 and 5 come with the same amount of visiore as the others but also throw in extra special goodies, including a Siren vision card, and the Y'shtola character unit respectively.
If the sixth milestone is reached then everyone who pre-registered gets 1,000 visiore. Across all the milestones that equals up to a nice sizable amount of the game's currency right from the beginning. All for basically doing nothing.
Since the original Brave Exvius was a free Final Fantasy game it's likely that this one will be free as well. Though there's always the chance that it could be a premium game since Square Enix has released plenty of those on Android.