The Square Enix video game is one of the titles scheduled for this year on Nintendo Switch, although it does not have an exact release date.
Silicon Studio, the team responsible for the Bravely Default saga on Nintendo 3DS, Octopath Traveler and the ever-closer Bravely Default 2 on Nintendo Switch, has communicated through the social network Twitter that their new production has just entered the final phase of its development, which is still planned to see the light sometime in 2020.
The game, which will feature new music composed by Revo (Sound Horizon / Linked Horizon), has not been sufficiently affected by the difficulties of COVID-19, so that development has continued its course and there is no information to regret. . No details have been disclosed about a possible departure date. The announcement of the title took place within the framework of The Game Awards 2019 last December.
本 作 の ヒ ッ ト の お か げ で デ フ ォ ル ト ２ が 開 発 が ス タ ー ト で き ま し た。
BDFE 開 発 の 皆 さ ま 、 プ レ イ ヤ ー の 皆 さ ま 、 あ り が と う ご ざ い ま す。
そ し て 次 は 私 た ち の タ ー ン で す…！
デ フ ォ ル ト ２ の 開 発 も い よ い よ 終盤 戦。
が ん ば ろ ー！
(ち な み に 今日 は 10 時間 MTG で し た ^^;) https://t.co/KbudVSGKSM
– ブ レ イ ブ リ ー デ フ ォ ル ト II 公式 (@BDFF_OFFICIAL) June 26, 2020
No exact release date; demo now available in the eShop
Since then, apart from its demo in March and small advances, there has not been much information about the project. We can confirm, yes, that it will be a completely new story set in a different world, with new protagonists; it is not necessary to have played the original work to enjoy this other one. The class system will return and the combat system already known will be migrated.
Although they currently have their sights set on a successful Bravely Default 2 release, which will be a direct sequel to the original 2013 video game for Nintendo 3DS (not to be confused with Bravely Second, also on the stereoscopic laptop in 2015), they already have ideas for a possible Bravely Third.
Bravely Default 2 has a free demo in the Nintendo Switch eShop
As for other titles confirmed for the console in 2020, such as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Bayonetta 3 and Metroid Prime 4, it is worth saying that they are still undated according to official Nintendo documents, where it is indicated “TBD”, that is, to be determined. To reassure fans, those of Shuntaro Furukawa, president of the Kyoto firm, assure that they do not foresee delays in the games planned for Nintendo Switch in 2020; and that there are still titles to announce.