Bravely Default Twitter Says They Can Hear Western Fans

By Sato . March 1, 2013 . 11:00am

It’s been nearly half a year since 3DS RPG, Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, was released in Japan and we’ve yet to hear news regarding localization in the West from Square Enix. That isn’t necessarily cause to lose hope, though. The official Bravely Default Twitter posted a little message for fans outside of Japan this morning.


A tweet from Bravely Default’s Twitter account mentions that it’s been a while since Square checked the game’s Twitter feed. The tweet in question adds: “A voice of the foreign one arrives properly!” (Yes, they used translation software.)


It may not be the announcement you’ve been waiting for, but it’s a nice reminder that our voices are being heard.


Previously, Square Enix asked for fan feedback in Japan for a future sequel to the game. Bravely Default has shipped over 300,000 copies in Japan alone.


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