When Nintendo released their latest financial report, some doubt was thrown into the air about whether or not Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, which was recently confirmed for a 2013 release in Europe, was still on track to launch this year. However, the official Bravely Default Twitter re-iterated that Square Enix’s JRPG will still be released in Europe within the originally announced time frame, which led to a lot of confusion.
Today though, Nintendo announced on their Twitter account that the game is indeed still set to be released across the continent this year, although now the subtitle of Flying Fairy has been removed from the logo, which matches with Nintendo simply referring to the game as Bravely Default on the Nintendo eShop and on their website. Hopefully Nintendo will be able to tell us whether we’ll be receiving the basic package, or the recently announced Bravely Default: For The Sequel improvements.
In related news though, while Nintendo UK released an image of titles due out for the 3DS later this year, there was one noticeable title missing – Shin Megami Tensei IV, which was released in North America back in July and confirmed for a European release in a Nintendo Direct segment. So, could it be due out next year instead?