Bravely Default: For the Sequel’s Japanese website has just launched and with it comes a few new details about the game. The most surprising, but perhaps the best news, is that the website has confirmed the inclusion of multiple languages – Japanese, English, Spanish, French, Italian, and German. Plus, when it comes to voice acting the title supports both Japanese and English languages, further alluding to and increasing speculation that the release of Bravely Default in the west – this year for Europe and 2014 for North America – will be the localisation of For the Sequel.
The Nintendo 3DS game’s new features – including the three save slot we mentioned previously – are detailed on the website. Enhanced battle tempo, an updated user interface, improved party chat and better town graphics all feature. There’s also been a revision to chapter 7 and 8, where an expansion of the Asterisk holders battles will take place. To take a look at the website and behold its fantastic soundtrack, you can visit it here. Bravely Default: For the Sequel will launch in Japan this December.