Bravely Archive now available in the west

Western debut a year after Japanese discontinuation.

Bravely Archive

After discontinuing service in Japan in October 2017, Bravely Archive has launched in western territories for iOS via the App Store and Android via Google Play.

Here is an overview of the game, via its store pages:

About

Are you bound by fate?

The Bravely series is out now for the first time on the mobile app!

Set in a parallel world 100 years after the original Bravely series, new and old characters await to adventure the classic style RPG. The main mechanics of the battle is based on easy flick input so the game is open to all users. With conventional turn command battles by easy and simple flick input, users can enjoy tactical gameplay.

Users can also combine forces by joining a Guild and defeating more challenging raid bosses with their fellow guild members.

Key Features

  • Super-easy flick input battles: Hit up and down enemies to make longer combos for bigger damage. Enjoy easy yet tactical battles.
  • Play with friends in Guilds: Combine forces with your guild members to beat powerful Raid Bosses.
  • Dungeon-based quests: Explore dungeons to find items and beat enemies.
  • Will you face or fight your destiny? The story works around a huge crystal called an “Archive” which binds people’s fate. Uncover the plots behind the 2 opposing organizations, the mysteries and the truths behind the “Archive”…

Story

It was a few hundred years ago that the evil dragon Garganthos tried to end humanity, but was defeated after a long, fierce battle.

Garganthos was concealed in a huge crystal, called an “Archive,” that controlled and bound the people’s fate.

But one day, the Archive slammed into the center of the continent of Luxendarc and the fragments of the Archive scattered across the world.

An institution known as the Anastasis Library was founded to collect and study these mysterious crystals. But another group, called the Breakers, emerged to disrupt those efforts…

Visit the official website here.

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