UPDATE: Bravely Default will be released on 6th December in Europe, Nintendo announced today during its Nintendo Direct presentation.

A North American release is expected to follow during Q1 of next year.

In honour of the European release date, Nintendo released the following trailer.

Original Story: Ridiculously named 3DS RPG Bravely Default: Flying Fairy will be heading to Europe later this year, publisher Square Enix has announced.

Better yet, it will actually be a localised port of the enhanced edition, Bravely Default: For the Sequel. The western release will ditch the subtitle, but will still contain such features as animated characters during conversations, an improved user-interface, three new difficulty ratings, and the ability to adjust the rate of random encounters.

Audio tracks will be available in both English and Japanese, while subtitles will also contain French, Italian, German and Spanish options.

See how the localisation is shaping up in the debut trailer for Bravely Default's western release.

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