Final Fantasy: Record Keeper explores the dungeons of 'A Realm Reborn' in September

Final Fantasy: Record Keeper is getting some fresh crossover content in September, venturing to Eorzea to celebrate the second anniversary of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn.

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Square Enix has largely kept its PC/console and mobile gaming separate entities, especially in regards to Final Fantasy. However, that's about to change in September. The mobile effort from Square and DeNA, Final Fantasy: Record Keeper, is about to get its first piece of content from big brother MMORPG, Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, to help celebrate that game's second anniversary.

Record Keeper players will head to the realm of Eorzea to clear out a variety of Final Fantasy XIV dungeons. They'll also be able to play as either Thancred or Y'shtola from the underground organization known as The Scions of the Seventh Dawn. Thancred will bring along his own equipment and abilities, while Y'shtola can be used as a Conjurer.

More details about this update, as well as details on the second anniversary of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, are expected soon. Final Fantasy: Record Keeper is free-to-play on the App Store and Google Play store.

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