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Final Fantasy mobile tame to feature Ariana Grande

The pop star is going to make a guest appearance in the free-to-play app from Square Enix.

Ariana Grande has announced that she will have a guest spot in the Final Fantasy mobile game. The game will be free-to-play. The singer used Instagram to reveal her presence in the Square Enix game.

It isn’t yet evident precisely when the performer will actually appear within the mobile game.

Grande didn’t mention when her appearance in the Final Fantasy mobile game would be. Moreover, she also didn’t provide any details with regards to when or how players of the game would be able to recruit her character. Square Enix was slightly more forthcoming with information about how Ariana Grande would take part in Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius.

Ariana Grande’s appearance in the Final Fantasy mobile game is based on her latex rabbit ear look.

Final Fantasy Mobile Game - Ariana Grande on TourThis was the look that was featured in her most recent Dangerous Woman album. It was also seen in the video for the title track of that album. Grande confirmed this on Instagram when she provided her followers with “a little peek” at what her character’s sprite would look like.

Fans of the game series are always eagerly awaiting the newest additions to the application. Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius is a mobile game app that is free to download and play. It is a role playing game (RPG) in the turn-based format. The app will include a new list of characters as well as more familiar components from the Final Fantasy universe. Among them include summons and limit breaks.

The mobile game is available for both iOS and Android based devices. The Final Fantasy mobile game was developed by Gumi. It was first released in 2015 in Japan. It arrived in North America last year in June. Since that time, it has experienced over 8 million downloads, according to Gumi’s own data which was released last November.

Whenever Ariana Grande’s character appears in the mobile game app, it is certain to create quite a stir. It has, after all, been making headlines even without knowing any more than the most basic details.

Facebook mobile games like Pac-Man are coming back

The largest social network is now bringing these games back to its Messenger and mobile app.

Facebook mobile games are on their way, says the company. The goal is to help to replicate the type of success they have seen on Facebook.com. According to the social network, 15% of the time spent on the website is from users playing games.

However, until now, those mobile games were not available on the Facebook mobile app.

Despite the fact that the majority of its users spend most of their time on the app, it didn’t include Facebook mobile games. Instead, the social network encouraged people to use Google Play or the App Store to download the games. They could not be played within Facebook’s mobile app itself.

Facebook Mobile Games - PAC-MANIt is precisely that limitation that will soon be changing. The company announced that it is rolling out Instant Games. This feature makes it possible for Facebook users to play some of their favorite mobile games inside Facebook Messenger and the main Facebook app.

Some of the Facebook mobile games that will be available include Words with Friends and Pac-Man.

This isn’t the first time the king of social media platforms has chosen to host content within itself. Previous efforts have included advertising and web articles among other things. The goal of this strategy is to ensure that users remain within the Facebook mobile apps for as long as possible. Hosting the content instead of sending users elsewhere is an important step in keeping them on the platform.

After all, if users can play mobile games while still in Facebook – where they already were – then why would they leave that app in order to use a different one?

This also presents a considerable mobile marketing opportunity for game app developers. The reason is that Facebook has a massive reach. Therefore, it can place a mobile game in front of a larger number of potential players. Moreover, because users can simply start playing as they don’t need to leave Facebook to download it. Eliminating that additional step can make it far easier to encourage users to give the game a try.

With 1.8 billion users, it is more than likely that Facebook mobile games will have quite the draw for developers and users alike.