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Bravely Default II Combat System Detailed


Learn more about the combat system coming to Team Asano and Claytechworks’ Bravely Default II with the latest trailer for the game.

The combat system in this JRPG uses both the “Brave” and “Default” mechanics. The Brave command allows players to spend Brave Points that can then be used to string together up to four actions in a single turn. Meanwhile, the Default command allows players to bank their action for that turn and earn a Brave Point.

See it in action below:

Bravely Default II – A Brave New Battle Trailer – Nintendo Switch

Bravely Default II follows the story of a young sailor named Seth that sets out on a grand adventure. Players will need to defeat bosses to acquire character jobs, which each have their own set of distinct abilities.

A free demo for the game is now available. In it, the game’s four main characters are well into their journey and have both Jobs and Abilities at their disposal. The final release of the game will come out on February 26, 2021 for the Nintendo Switch.

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