Hironobu Sakaguchi’s Terra Battle Gets Crossover Event with Mobius Final Fantasy

For the first time in years, a game by Hironobu Sakaguchi is officially associated with a Final Fantasy title.

on April 14, 2017 12:30 AM

Looks like the relationship between Final Fantasy Creator Hironobu Sakaguchi and Square Enix has definitely relaxed in recent times. We caught a glimpse on that when he walked the stage at the Uncovered: Final Fantasy XV event to give the latest Final Fantasy game his blessing, and another hint has been announced today.

Sakaguchi-san’s own mobile game Terra Battle is getting a crossover event with Square Enix’s Mobius Final Fantasy.

The event, titled “Mobius Final Fantasy Strike” started yesterday, and will end on April 23rd, bringing Mobius Final Fantasy’s characters in Terra Battle.

“Defeat the boss to discover “Special Companions” that only appear here! You may notice characters from “MOBIUS FINAL FANTASY” make a special appearance in battle! And, find out what happens when you defeat the Gorgeous Moggy…”

While this might appear a small event, it’s doubtless that just a year or so ago, many would have never imagined to see a game by Hironobu Sakaguchi officially associated with a Final Fantasy title again.

It’s hard to say if this might be the seed of something bigger, but it’s certainly nice to see.

Terra Battle and Mobius Final Fantasy are both currently available for iOS and Android. Mobius Final Fantasy is also available for PC via Steam.

Hironobu Sakaguchi's Terra Battle Gets Crossover Event with Mobius Final Fantasy

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