New Team Asano Game Announcements Teased for 2024 Onward

New Team Asano Game Announcements Teased for 2024 Onward

The official Bravely Default Twitter account recently posted its year-end message to fans, which contains a slight, vague hint for the future. Potential game announcements have been teased for 2024 onward, but details were not provided.

You can view a translation of Asano’s message below via our team’s Ryuji:

Hello, everyone.

Asano from Square Enix here.

Every time we reach this time of the year, I think to myself: the year is almost over, huh… how has everyone’s year been?

After we released OT2 [Octopath Traveler II], the mobile game and its versions recently celebrated anniversaries (thank you very much!).

Even as our lineup expanded, we had no announcements or follow-up reports on consoles, but we’ve continued to prepare.

From next year, new titles should be coming out [or announced] on a regular basis, so I ask that you pay attention to that.

We will also be doing our yearly tradition project soon.

You can view the source tweet of this news below:

We’ll keep you all updated on future developments.

The first Bravely Default and its neglected direct sequel, Bravely Second, are both stuck on the 3DS, so it’d be neat to see them make the modern move one day. The latest entry in the franchise is Bravely Default II, now available on Nintendo 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.

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

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