Bravely Default Brilliant Lights Surpasses 2 Million Downloads; Commemorative Illustrations Shared

Square Enix has announced that their Japanese exclusive mobile gacha title, Bravely Default Brilliant Lights, has surpassed 2 million downloads in Japan since its release on January 27, 2022. Alongside rewards that players can look forward to in-game, celebratory artwork has been shared. You can view each commemorative piece of art via our gallery below. Thanks to the Japanese website, Gamer, for sharing this notable news.

This is a free-to-play RPG based in the Bravely series’ universe. Players will find that new and returning characters will join the party throughout the mobile series. Further, the battle system continues the Brave and Default functions where players can hold off from attacking to unleash a series of powerful attacks. The gameplay design has been optimized for mobile devices.

Bravely Default: Brilliant Lights features an original story from Keiichi Ajiro, scenario writer of the previous entries in the series. This includes overseeing the world and the cross-over events that occur.

If you missed it, check out our review of Bravely Default II’s initial Nintendo Switch release.

The latest franchise console release is Bravely Default II, now available on Switch and PC.

Bravely Default II introduces four new Heroes of Light as they embark on a mission guided by the elemental crystals. Like Bravely Default and Bravely SecondBravely Default II features a battle system that allows players to choose different ways to approach a fight. During encounters, players can decide when to attack, known as Brave, or hold back and wait for the best moment to strike, known as Default.

Building up actions also allows players to unleash powerful attacks against enemies, including skills and magic. The game also includes a job class system where players can switch their characters’ abilities to fit their playstyle. In addition, the range and variety of job classes available have also been updated, along with a new map for players to explore.

The game was previously exclusive to Nintendo Switch. In case you missed it, check out our review.


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