Bravely Default 2 is a turn-based role playing game developed by Claytechworks and published by Square Enix and Nintendo.
It is the third mainline instalment in the Bravely Default series.
The fantasy RPG was previously exclusive to the Switch. To celebrate the launch, it's been discounted on PC by 10 percent until September 13th.
"Bravely Default 2 was well-received by fans and as a result, we’re hoping to continue the series as we feel we can pull it off once again," says producer Tomoyo Asano.
Square Enix confirms that the Switch RPG has sold over 950,000 units worldwide since its launch in February this year.
Originally released for Nintendo Switch earlier this year, Claytechworks' role-playing game is making the jump to Steam next week.
The free to play title sees different worlds from the series crossing over in an original story. It uses Brave and Default system for combat.
Square Enix's old-school RPG has been well-received by the masses.
Marvelous' Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town tops the charts with over 200k copies sold.
Like a cup of hot chocolate at the end of a long wintry day.
Japanese magazine Famitsu awards it a score of 36/40.
The five day event will add two new Spirits from the RPG.
A brief snippet of next week's release.
The epic journey begins on February 26th for Switch.
Square Enix's Switch-exclusive RPG is looking pretty good - here's what you need to know.
Learn more about the turn-based RPG's combat system here.
The snow-filled Rimedahl and its characters have been revealed.
Get a look at the upcoming Switch RPG.
Experience the first chapter along with the game's combat system and visuals.
Team Asano's RPG will be skipping 2020 altogether.
Team Asano provides an update on the RPG sequel.
The RPG is currently slated for a launch some time this year.
New details also revealed on the characters, the jobs system, and more.
And it might even end up being a mobile game.
Meet the new cast of characters that you'll be adventuring with.
I guess Bravely Second never happened.
Now the question is- what system will it be on?