Bravely Default 2 classified by Australian regulator


Square Enix’s video game is approved by the age rating registry, bringing its release on Nintendo Switch closer to 2020.

Bravely Default 2 has passed the Australian Video Game Regulatory Service Age Certification. The Square Enix title, which continues to appear as a launch on Nintendo Switch for this year 2020, has been silent for months, but this type of movement usually implies a release in the following weeks.

As Gematsu has advanced on Twitter, the Australian body has classified Bravely Default in its database this September 22, which certifies it for marketing in that country.

Despite the pessimism of the fans, who considered the possible launch of the game on the hybrid console in 2020 almost ruled out at this point in light of the health crisis of COVID-19, in June it was already indicated by Square itself that it had entered the final phase of its development and that it would arrive before finishing the course.


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