The Japanese Square Enix website has announced alongside the upcoming Steam port of Bravely Default II that the initial Nintendo Switch version of the game has sold over 950,000 copies worldwide. This is an impressive feat, and congratulations to Square Enix and the Clay Tech Works development team specifically for creating this charming title.
The PC Steam port of this game was announced a short while ago and is releasing on September 2, 2021, a mere few days from now. This port boasts various text languages, the choice between English and Japanese dub, multiple controller options, and several screen resolutions.
Additionally, a new mobile entry titled Bravely Default: Brilliant Lights was also announced with a gameplay trailer. There is currently no western release planned, but it is a notable entry for hardcore Bravely fans to keep in the back of their minds.
Bravely Default II introduces four new Heroes of Light as they embark on a mission guided by the elemental crystals. Like the first game, Bravely Default, and its direct sequel, Bravely Second, Bravely 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. The range and variety of job classes available have also been updated, along with a new map for players to explore.
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