By Sato . August 25, 2014 . 6:36am
In this morning’s Square Enix Presents Japan, Bravely series producer Tomoya Asano and assistant producer Shinji Takahashi made an appearance to have lighthearted discussions about the the series, along with some scant information on Bravely Second.
Square Enix shared a glimpse of the game in motion, where they showed Magnolia walking around town, along with a few of her looks in different job forms. They also mentioned that the 3D effects look much better overall when compared to Bravely Default.
As previously reported, Bravely Second will have new and returning jobs, and Square Enix plan on revealing the latest jobs and Asterisk holders over time. They will also have a playable battle demo at Tokyo Game Show next month.
Magnolia Arch will have a nice variety of hairstyles and color patterns with her job outfits, which will set her apart from the other characters as far as looks go.
They also shared another look at the Magnolia figure that will be available on March 27, 2015 in Japan for about 11,120 yen (about $106.97). It will also come with a DLC code for Bravely Second.
During the stream, they introduced Tatsuhiro Futagi, who previously worked as an associate producer at Square Enix for the Japanese localization of Thief. He will work alongside Asano and Takahashi as an assistant producer to Bravely Second.
While we didn’t get to see any combat action, the developers mentioned that Bravely Second will also have the adjustable encounter system that was in Bravely Default.
Bravely Second will be featured in several future episodes of Square Enix Presents Japan, whenever the development team feel like they have something special to share, but we can expect to hear more on Bravely Second during Tokyo Game Show in September.
Meanwhile, you can check out some of the game in motion that was shown during the stream, courtesy Nintendo Everything:
Bravely Second is currently in development for Nintendo 3DS.