Square Enix will release Bravely Default: Brilliant Lights tomorrow
Bravely Default: Brilliant Lights will be released tomorrow on smartphones, but only in one country.
Publisher Square Enix has almost opened the Bravely Default: Brilliant Lights servers, because the game will be released on January 27. This is a turn-based RPG in which you need to assemble a squad of rare heroes. In this regard, the project is similar to NieR Re[in]carnation. The only thing that fails is the graphics, which resembles the Nintendo 3DS era. Also, the lack of at least English localization complicates the understanding of the plot and the skills of the characters, since almost everything can be put on auto mode.
Rare guns are knocked out through the gacha, from this the developers have made a real attraction with fireworks and cool animations. Of course, even the best items will have to be pumped, increasing the level and the number of stars. I am glad that there is no gatchina of characters in Bravely Default.
Square Enix promises a single-player campaign that everyone can enjoy. The combat system is built around the “Brave & Default” system, these are two racks — the first allows you to perform four actions per turn, and the second is considered protective, accumulating action points.