In Japan, it is also known as “Bravely Default – For the Sequel.” The game’s story follows Agnès Oblige and her companions as they search for dark crystals to restore balance to the planet. You’ll fight from a third perspective with classic RPG gameplay, controlling your character on the upper screen while the camera follows his actions on the lower screen, while basic parameters, maps, and optional items will allow you to fight without interruption on the main screen.
During your trip, you’ll travel to various locations and converse with the locals, where you may purchase additional weapons and combat support goods from merchants. The game’s day-night cycle is dynamic, and the inns will be important for allowing the character to sleep overnight and restore their stats. When fighting in Bravely Default, blocking is emphasized; when assaulted by the enemy, you must choose when to defend yourself precisely so that you do not receive damage from enemies; each successful block adds one Brave Point. Each ability will need a specific number of bravery points, and you may also use bravery points to construct brave attacks that give the character an extra turn. If the character uses abilities or Brave Points are insufficient, they will be negative, so you’re likely to miss your turn. A “special attack” is another extremely powerful move, but it needs several variables such as having 3 or more Bravery points or healing at least 5 times.