Bravely Default Might “Expand” to Other Platforms

By   /   Mar 25, 2014

According to the president of the company Takehiko Terada, Silicon Studio may bring their popular game Bravely Default to more platforms other than Nintendo 3DS.

In an interview with CVG he said:

We may expand in the future, but we don’t have a clear plan yet. We’re talking about that, maybe using other devices, but we don’t have a clear plan.

Bravely Default made its way to 3DS with the help of publisher Square Enix, who is well known for the Final Fantasy series. Some of the components of Final Fantasy gameplay can be found in the bravely default

Bravely Default was a successful project for the studio, so it wouldn’t be much of a surprise if eventually it makes it to the other platforms in the market.

The game follows the turn-based combat system like most of the JRPGs and featured multiple endings making it an incredibly immersive experience for the hardcore fans of the genre.

Moreover, the president went on to talk about the future of the studio with Square Enix where he said:

Hopefully we have another game coming from our relationship [with Square Enix]. In the future we want to have a really realistic game, not like Bravely Default which is really cartoonish, but a more realistic game.

Currently Silicon Studios is working on their upcoming Project Morpheus, which is Sony’s Virtual System for their PlayStation 4 console.

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