The English version of Bravely Default is scheduled to come out in Europe sometime this year and Nintendo has just released a trailer to help hype up the release. The English version will be based on the Japanese Bravely Default: For the Sequel which has several improvements to the game, including extra graphics polish, animated characters during conversations, and a better user interface.
Advanced difficulty settings will also be included in this version and the new English audio tracks can be replaced with their original Japanese audio if you prefer. For this release, players will also be able to change the on-screen text to French, Italian, German or Spanish. Currently there’s no concrete release date for the European version and the North American version is expected to release sometime in 2014.
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