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Bravely Default 10th Anniversary Goods Include Plushies and Art Screens

Bravely Default 10th Anniversary

Bravely Default launched ten years ago, and Square Enix is commemorating the occasion with a pack of special merchandise. The Bravely Default 10th Anniversary goods pack contains several pieces celebrating the game’s birthday. The company also held a special Anniversary exhibition in October 2022.

The Bravely Default 10th Anniversary set contains four items. A mini-folding screen shows off the cast of characters, specially illustrated in a lineup over six panels. The screen measures 43 inches wide when fully unfolded. A set of four plushies represents the four main characters of the game: Agnes, Tiz, Edea, and Ringabel. There’s also a glass “3D” crystal that shows off Airy the cryst-fairy, as well as iconic scenes from the game. A set of two clear files protects documents in Bravely Default style. Finally, a tote bag with the 10th Anniversary logo keeps all that stuff in one place.

The Bravely Default 10th Anniversary merchandise set costs 20,000 Yen (about $148 USD) and is available through the Square Enix online store.

Bravely Default first launched in October 2012 on the Nintendo 3DS. It was originally conceived as an action-RPG follow-up to Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light, but was reimagined as Bravely Default over the course of development.

The game takes place in the world of Luxendarc, a place balanced by four elemental crystals. One day, the crystals are consumed by darkness, bringing calamity. The four protagonists are brought together by their respective circumstances, and set off to reawaken the crystals and save the world from darkness.

Bravely Default is playable on the 3DS. Its sequel, Bravely Default II, launched on the Nintendo Switch and PC in 2021.

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