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It’s always refreshing to see a popular title that was previously exclusive to consoles or handhelds end up on PC.

The latest is Square Enix’s Bravely Default II, a critically acclaimed role-playing game that caters to old-school RPG fans who don’t really care for the way that franchises such as Final Fantasy play these days and prefer traditional turn-based battle systems.

Bravely Default II will be available to play on PC when it’s released on Steam on September 2, 2021. The RPG was originally exclusive to the Nintendo Switch system.

“Players can enjoy customizing their party using the job system to find the optimal composition to take down challenging bosses,” Square Enix noted in its press release.

BRAVELY DEFAULT II features music from Revo, who makes his return from the original BRAVELY DEFAULT, and an original storyline featuring four new Heroes of Light. Full of exploration, charm, and strategy, the STEAM version of BRAVELY DEFAULT II also features controller support and various resolution options.”

Bravely Default fans have until September 13 to purchase the sequel on Steam with a 10 percent discount. The port includes both English and Japanese audio tracks.

Previously exclusive to the Nintendo Switch system, BRAVELY DEFAULT II follows the adventures of four unlikely heroes, Seth, Gloria, Elvis, and Adelle, as they set out across the land of Excillant in search of four elemental crystals.

Source: Square Enix

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3 Comments

  1. I bought a 3DS just for the first. I have held off on a Switch only waiting on the upgrade (which ended up being the OLED) just for this game.

    So looks like my procrastination may just pay off.

  2. [QUOTE=”Brian_B, post: 40327, member: 96″]
    I bought a 3DS just for the first. I have held off on a Switch only waiting on the upgrade (which ended up being the OLED) just for this game.

    So looks like my procrastination may just pay off.
    [/QUOTE]
    Yep it should pay off… The second game ( but really 3rd) is cool and all, but I ain’t having as much fun as with the ds. Im not quite sure why… Theres the fact that I played both in the ds, but I don’t know, feels like a pacing issue perhaps? Don’t know .

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