This December, Japan is receiving an updated version of Square Enix’s Japanese Role Playing Game Bravely Default: Flying Fairy known as Bravely Default: For The Sequel, which includes new additions to the original game, such as gameplay tweaks, more save files and new story events.
Since its announcement, some confusion has been cast on the European release of the game, which is set for later this year under the name Bravely Default: Where The Fairy Flies and to be specific, whether we will be receiving the original game, or the new improvements seen in For The Sequel.
An update to the game’s official update could possibly help us answer this question, as it has now been revealed that Bravely Default: For The Sequel will have an English language script that can be purchased as downloadable content. This does lead to the possibility that the localised release will be based in the updated version as opposed to the original. Hopefully Nintendo or Square Enix will clarify the situation in the near future.