During a recent live stream celebrating Bravely Default‘s 10th anniversary, producer Tomoya Asano seemingly hinted that a remastered version of the game is planned.
The turn-based RPG first launched for 3DS on October 11, 2012 in Japan. To commemorate the 10th anniversary, Square Enix held the broadcast “Square Enix Asano Team Development Room Radio #1: Bravely Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary,” during which a high-resolution version of the game’s opening movie was shown.
Speaking during the live stream, Asano said, “Over the past 10 years, our team has grown larger, and our capacity has increased. Looking at the opening movie of [Bravely Default:] Flying Fairy, I feel like announcing a remaster of [Bravely Default:] Flying Fairy would be the best possible thing and something fans would desire. But for now I’m unfortunately unable to announce anything like that. ‘For now,’ let’s just say.”
Watch the high-resolution version of the opening movie below (from 12:12 to 17:45).
Square Enix Asano Team Development Room Radio #1: Bravely Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary
Thanks, Games Talk.