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The holidays are here, the Square Enix is celebrating in style. New art was shared on the official Japanese Bravely Default Twitter account today, posted above.

Naturally, fans are already starting to speculate that the Bravely series could be appearing on Switch. We do see Edea Lee with Joy-Con in her hands after all. And perhaps the idea isn’t entirely crazy. After PlatinumGames posted some Bayonetta-themed art during the summer, Bayonetta 1 and 2 were announced for Switch at The Game Awards earlier this month. But for now, the Bravely games coming to Switch is merely speculation.


One month ago, the official Japanese “Bravely” series Twitter account promised some big news for the series’ 4th anniversary. Today, a new game called “Bravely Default: Fairy’s Effect” was announced. The game will soon enter into a limited-capacity closed beta test. Further details were not announced, including which platform the game will be on, but it seems likely that this will be a smartphone game.

Keep in mind that this does not mean the end of the series on 3DS or Nintendo hardware in general. In Japan, both a smartphone and a web browser game were released between Bravely Default and Bravely Second, so a spin-off title on different hardware is nothing unusual. The title of this game also doesn’t seem to imply that it’s a sequel to Bravely Second.

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Square Enix’s “Bravely” series, represented on the 3DS with Bravely Default and Bravely Second, celebrates its 4th anniversary in Japan today. The official Twitter account for the series posted the picture seen above today – the text in the Tweet reads “It’s Bravely’s 4th anniversary! News have been scarce lately. There may be something soon?!”.

While there’s no way to know for sure right now, a “Bravely Third” game for 3DS is quite possible. Bravely Second left some plot threads unresolved, after all.

We will keep you updated.

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Thus far, we’ve seen Bravely Default and Bravely Second. There’s no question that the series will continue, and producer Tomoya Asano is already thinking about a third entry.

Speaking with Famitsu this week, Asano said:

“I don’t know what to say about that at this time [with Bravely Second releasing soon] but I already have some ideas for Bravely Third in my head. If Bravely Second sells well, I plan on presenting plans for it right away. Thank you for your continued support.”

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The sequel to Square-Enix’s “Bravely Default” now has a concrete release date in Japan – the 23rd of April, 2015. The company also provided a look at the RPG’s fancy collectors edition, which will be out on the same day for 14,800 yen exclusively on Square-Enix’s “e-Store”. This pack includes a figure of Bravely Default heroine Agnes, a mini soundtrack, a copy of “U’s Journal”, rubber strap of Magnolia and the book BRAVELY DEFAULT 200 Years Later: ~ Vestal of Wind: Edea Oblige ~. Alternatively, if you don’t want to spend that much, the standard game will set you back 5,980 yen. Additionally, there are several retailer-specific preorder bonuses for the game, although these are limited to in-game weapons. We’re still holding out for an English release of the game to be announced, but even if it does make it over it’s hard to imagine Square-Enix or Nintendo releasing such a lavish special edition.


Square Enix is bringing Bravely Default music to Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call, the company has revealed. Songs will be available via DLC starting on November 19.

This DLC has only been confirmed for Japan at present, but we’re hoping that the Bravely Default tracks will be released overseas as well.

Here’s the full lineup of Bravely Default tracks coming to Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call:

That Person’s Name Is (battle music)
Horizon of Light and Shadow (field music)
Evil Flight (battle music)
The Horizon-Devouring Serpent (battle music)


Square-Enix announced today on Twitter that Bravely Default has shipped 1 million units, with roughly 40% of the sales coming from Japan and 60% from the West. We knew that the game was considered a success by the company as the numbers it did were enough for the inception of it’s sequel which is currently in development.

Though the game is already out in the West and has been out in Japan for even longer, the demo for Bravely Default was just updated on the Japanese eShop. Up to Chapter 4 of the game is now playable and the full game update is available for purchase for 2000 yen, unlocking the voice acting along with the remaining content.


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