Nintendo 3DS

Bravely Default Producer Implemented Fan Feedback From Demo


In Japan, Square Enix asked players to submit feedback based on the second Bravely Default demo, the one where you can run around town and do a water fetching side quest.


Some fans felt Tiz walked too slow and producer Tomoya Asano fixed that. Characters now run 20% faster and this won’t affect the enemy encounter rate. You can see a comparison with the updated game and the demo (playing in a window). Running speed also changes depending on how far you push the slide pad.



Other tweaks Asano showed were changing character standing positions when you talk to them and fixing a sound timing issue in the inn. Asano says players will be able to test out the battle system in the next Bravely Default: Flying Fairy demo.


Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is slated for release later this year on Nintendo 3DS.

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