Square Enix has filed two new trademarks for Bravely Default: For The Sequel, the new Bravely Default game coming to Nintendo 3DS. The first one, called Bravely Second, allows players to pause time in the middle of the game and attack an enemy. Using Bravely Second, players will also be able to inflict over 10,000 damage, as opposed to the 9,999 limit in the older version of the game.
In addition to the new trademarks, Square Enix has stated that the completion time for the game will be lowered to 30 hours from 70, without losing any of the game’s content. In fact, For The Sequel is said to have even more story events than before. Bravely Default: For The Sequel, will be released in Europe on December 6th.