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Pop Star Ariana Grande to Appear in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Mobile Game

by Joanne Choi


Pop Star Ariana Grande will be making her debut in the video game industry. The singer posted on her official Instagram page at a sneak peek of the latest development for Final Fantasy Brave Exvius.  In the photo, Ariana appears to be attending a meeting with both American and Japanese developers of the mobile game.


The singer also showed off her new character design dressed in a bunny costume featuring some cute character sprites like singing and dancing.  Fans obviously going wild in the comment section, looking forward to the star’s debut.

The design was inspired after one of Grande’s songs titled, Dangerous Woman, where the singer is wearing a promiscuous leather bunny outfit with bulging black ears.

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is no stranger to collaborations as it continues to add characters from the original Final Fantasy franchise, the latest being Prince Noctis Lucis Calem from Final Fantasy 15 available globally free as a special holiday bonus.  Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is one of several spin-offs developed by Square Enix and Alim (Brave Frontier) for mobile applications which is receiving a lot of attention.  Only now, it seems all eyes will be on the game as North American pop star Ariana Grande takes the spotlight.  There has yet to be any news on an official release date or details on how to obtain the special character.  Stay tuned for further updates!

Brave Exvius is a turned based Japanese role playing game.  The story takes place in the world of Vision and Lapis.  Vision is where people’s consciousness are stored, whereas, Lapis is a place where all magic crystals exist.  In order to protect the crystals and the land, two warriors stand together to fight back.  Players enact the role of Rain a knight of the Grandshelt Kingdom, Lasswell a knight and Rain’s childhood friend, and a white mage Fina awakened inside a earth crystal.  Released in October 2015, the free mobile app game is available now to download for iOS and Android, respectively.

- This article was updated on:March 8th, 2018

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