Bravely Default has only one save file due to wireless feature

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 5 July 2012 17:53 GMT

Bravely Default: Flying Fairy producer Tomoya Asano has said the 3DS game will only contain one save file, due to a wireless feature which makes system saves unnecessary. Asano also detailed the game a bit more through various tweets Andriasang has translated. These details are: random encounters; a fourth unidentified male character who is a favorite of scenario writer Naotaka Hayashi; the Bravely Default part of the title will be revealed after clearing the game; graphics are based off the character’s job with special accessories and equipment shown; and finally, most of the game events have voices, while the main characters talk the most. Bravely Default releases in Japan on October 11.

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