Double the brave, double the fun.

The Japanese mobile role-playing game Brave Frontier is celebrating its third anniversary with a special crossover event with Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius, another mobile JRPG. Brave Exvius was itself a Square Enix project that came about with the help of A-Lim and Gummi, the companies behind Brave Frontier. This could bring fans of both games to the other, while give players new content to keep them engaged with the free-to-play titles. Considering that Gumi and Square Enix collaborated to create Brave Exvius in the first place, this continued partnership makes sense.

According to App Annie, Brave Exvius is currently the the No. 555 ranked game in the U.S. Apple App Store, while Brave Frontier is above at No. 135. In Japan, Brave Frontier is No. 496, while Brave Exvius is at No. 102.

From November 9 to December 7, Brave Frontier players can recruit characters from Brave Exvius, while those in the Final Fantasy game can summon the heroes from Brave Frontier. Players of Brave Frontier can also explore a new dungeon where they can battle Veritas of the Dark, the villain from Brave Exvius.

Brave Frontier has done many crossover events in the past, including ones with other Japanese RPG series like Shin Megami Tensei and even the fighter series The Kings of Fighters.