Last year, a first Bravely Default II playable demo has been released on the Nintedo Switch eShop worldwide, giving players a taste of the experience but also giving them the chance to submit feedback to the development team to improve the game.
A few months back, Square Enix released a Bravely Default II trailer which highlighted the many improvements brought to the game following the release of the playable demo, but these improvements are only a small part of those that have been implemented.
Speaking with Famitsu, as translated by Nintendo Everything, Bravely Default II producer Masashi Takahashi confirmed that among the improvements not shown in the fan-feedback trailer are a better camera in dungeons, the ability to compare weapons and armor in shops, and some interface cleanup that makes it look much better.
We also cleaned up the faces on character icons in shops and menus. We didn’t change the models or anything. We just adjusted the shadows and such to make things look nicer. Additionally, we added the ability to compare new weapons and armor in shops.
Bravely Default II launches on Ninttendo Switch on February 26.