Bravely Default enhanced edition sees European release this year

Nintendo have reconfirmed that Bravely Default will release across Europe by the end of the year, being the enhanced edition as recently detailed.

Known as Bravely Default: For The Sequel in Japan, this introduces improvements such as animated characters during conversations, a more intuitive user interface, and new difficulty settings to adjust enemy encounter rates. Players will also be able to choose between Japanese or English audio, with text available to be viewed in French, German, Italian, or Spanish.

Alongside this, Nintendo have shared that they will be releasing a series of trailers to introduce the game, the first of which can be viewed below:

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