We may still not have confirmation that Bravely Second will be localised, but that doesn’t prevent us from being excited about the expansive sequel’s April launch in Japan.
Silicon Studio’s successor to 2013’s Bravely Default, this newfound adventure takes place several years later and introduces new protagonist Magnolia Arch. She descends to Luxendarc from the world’s moon, the last of her kind after demons ravage her homeland.
Square Enix have shared a new trailer for the JRPG, continuing the showcase the diverse cast that will join you on your new tale. That excitement extends to the new Jobs that await as you wander Luxendarc, leveraging new strategies in battle.
Bravely Second will release exclusively for Nintendo 3DS in Japan on April 23rd.