Lara Croft joins Final Fantasy Brave Exvius for a limited time this month

To celebrate the release of the Tomb Raider film this month, Lara Croft will be playable in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius for a limited time.

The free-to-play mobile RPG will feature the Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris heroine as a playable character along with boss Apep. Final Fantasy Brave Exvius characters will also be reskinned in the style of Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris.

Lara Croft Final Fantasy Brave Exvius

Between March 9 and 21, all Final Fantasy Brave Exvius players will be able to add Lara Croft by completing the first event stage or through daily login bonuses.

In addition to Lara Croft, the daily login bonuses between March 9 and 21 will reward players with special items like 10+1 Summon Ticket and Lapis.

Players will also be able to earn different characters throughout March as Final Fantasy Brave Exvius receives several updates. The updates will allow players to unlock 5-star max Level Ashe and Lightning as a reward through the Rookie Mission.

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is available free-to-play on Android and iOS.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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