Square Enix Teasing Bravely Default Announcement

A couple days ago, Nintendo reported that Octopath Traveler had surpass one million in total shipments and digital sales worldwide. To celebrate that milestone, the developers released an artwork, which fans quickly realized it resembles another video game series.

Today, the official Twitter account confirmed the relationship between the Octopath Traveler illustration and Bravely series. Specifically, pointing towards Bravely Default: Flying Fairy. In the tweet, they thanks fans for supporting Octopath Traveler, and also that fans should pay attention to another game from Square Enix Business Division 11 in the future.

Prior illustrations may suggest that the Bravely series might eventually be ported over to the Nintendo Switch. One tweet from September 2017 simply shows Tiz guiding the way for the new travelers. At Christmas time, another tweet appeared showing Edea holding two Joy-Cons and the Nintendo Switch system in a Christmas stocking.

Bravely Default released on the Nintendo 3DS in 2012. A sequel titled Bravely Second: End Layer followed in April 2015 in Japan, and a Western release in early 2016. A third game has not been announced yet, though the Bravely series did come to mobile devices last year in Japan.

Octopath Traveler Total Shipments & Digital Sales Tops One Million Worldwide

Nintendo has announced that the recently released JRPG ‘Octopath Traveler‘ has surpass total shipment and digital sales of one million units worldwide. To celebrate that, the developers shared an illustration of all 8 characters thanking everyone for helping reaching this milestone.

Octopath Traveler is a Nintendo Switch exclusive that launched weeks ago on July 13th.

Via Nintendo Europe.

Octopath Traveler Will Not Have DLC

Octopath Traveler will not have DLC, producer Masashi Takahashi confirmed in an interview with Dengeki Online. The producer said the game is “complete” at retail and was created that you can experience it all in one playthrough. The game will not feature new game+ mode.

Masashi Takahashi: “We haven’t even thought of having DLC. The retail version is a complete game.”

Furthermore, Takahashi-san confirmed the game’s main story roughly takes 50-60 hours to finish, or 80-100 hours if you are aiming to be a completionist and do all the optional objectives.

Octopath Traveler launches exclusively for Nintendo Switch on July 13th worldwide. Square Enix has released a brand-new demo for those who want to try that out.

Thanks Siliconera.

Octopath Traveler Prologue Demo is Now Available

Octopath Traveler Prologue Demo is now available to download to the Switch on Nintendo eShop. This is the second demo for the game.

Players can play the first chapter of each protagonist in the new demo. It is clarified by the demo (when the demo is started up on the Switch) that players can play 3 hours from the start of the game (as recorded in your saved game file).

Any saved file on the Octopath Traveler Prologue Demo will carry over to the full game via save data transfer.

The download size for Octopath Traveler Prologue Demo is 1.6GB.

It was revealed at Nintendo Treehouse Live, the full game can take 80-100 hours to complete the game including side quests, and the main story itself is about 50-60 hours.

Octopath Traveler is releasing to the Nintendo Switch on July 13, 2018.

E3 2018: Octopath Traveler Second Demo Out June 14

Progress from this demo will carry over to the full game.

During Nintendo’s E3 2018 Direct presentation, we learnt that Octopath Traveler will have yet another demo. This one, out June 14, will feature the first chapter of each of the 8 heroes you can choose from. What’s more, progress made in the demo will carry over to the full game once it comes out on July 13.

You can enjoy the game’s E3 2018 trailer below.