Bravely Default 10th Anniversary Exhibition

Bravely Default 10th Anniversary Exhibition Will Appear in Tokyo

The 10th anniversary of the Bravely Default series falls in October 2022, and Square Enix is celebrating it with the announcement of an art exhibition in Japan. The Bravely Default 10th Anniversary Exhibition will take place on the 8th floor of Yurakucho Marui department store in Tokyo, Japan. The exhibition will be open for a limited time on December 2-18, 2022.

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The exhibition will feature more than 200 pieces of art from Akihiko Yoshida and Naoki Ikushima, as well as setting and plot documents made for the series. It will cover assets from all Bravely titles released to date; from the first Bravely Default to Bravely Second and even to the latest Bravely Default II. The venue will also include art from other titles by Tomoya Asano’s team in Square Enix’s Creative Business Unit II Division 6.

Visitors will need a ticket to enter the venue. The on-site tickets will cost 1,600 yen, but visitors can also get them at a reduced price of 1,200 yen by purchasing them before the event begins. The organizer will allow elementary school students and younger children to enter the venue for free.

The Bravely Default series began with Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, which appeared for Nintendo 3DS exclusively in Japan on October 11, 2012. The first Bravely Default title that Square Enix released worldwide came in late 2013 and was an enhanced version of the first game, titled Bravely Default: For the Sequel in Japan. The series’ latest entry, Bravely Default II, came out simultaneously worldwide for Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam in 2021.


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