By Marc Deschamps - December 12, 2019 10:32 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 At The Game Awards 2019, Square Enix fans got a surprise treat with the announcement of Bravely Default II, a sequel to the beloved 3DS game. Developer Team Asano is back for the game after handling development on Octopath Traveler. Despite the upgrade to Switch, the game's character models look like they'll boast a graphic approach similar to the original game, but it looks like the game's backgrounds will receive a bit of an upgrade. Fans of Octopath Traveler know how unique the backgrounds on that particular game looked, and it looks like Bravely Default II will follow in that game's footsteps. Released in 2012, Bravely Default quickly became a fan favorite for JRPG enthusiasts. Originally planned as a sequel to Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light, Bravely Default became its own separate franchise. The original game took place in the world of Luxendarc and featured a turn-based combat … [Read more...] about Bravely Default II Announced at The Game Awards
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