Bravely Default: For the Sequel has been announced in the latest issue of Weekly Jump. While not a direct sequel, the game contains additions to the original, Bravely Default: Flying Fairy game. According to the translation posted by Gematsu, the more souped-up edition contains reformed controls, quad-speed mode, and an auto-battle mode with three save points and selectable difficulty. The game can also use data saved from the original game. The game’s release is to help drum up interest for a true sequel, according to the scan translation. Bravely Default: For the Sequel will launch on December 5 in Japan for ¥4,990 retail and ¥2,900 as a digital download.
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