Bravely Default: Flying Fairy has been a strong seller for Square Enix, and who knows—maybe it will get a multiplayer online RPG like Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest a decade later. Until then we’ll have to settle for these Bravely Default crossover costumes in Fantasy Earth Zero.
Players can get outfits like Tiz’s freelancer costume and Lingabel’s Red Mage outfit by playing the Bravely Default roulette. You can play it once a day and a spin costs one gold coin.
Gamepot also has a few crossover weapons like the Artemis Bow, the Ominous Rod (from Ominous Crow, one of Bravely Default’s rival job masters), and Airy’s spirit.
The collaboration starts today, but won’t ever come to the West. Why? Gamepot closed the English version of Fantasy Earth Zero last year.