Pros and cons of Bravely Default 2 – No Multiplayer Mode:

Bravely Default 2 (II) is one of its kind role-playing video game (RPG) developed by Claytechworks & published by Square Enix for solely Nintendo Switch platform & releases on 26 February, 2021 & the game is the third installment in the Bravely video game series, following Bravely Default which was the original video game & its successor Bravely Second. While Second installment was a direct story follow up from Default, Bravely Default 2 (II) has got a completely unrelated plot & characters. Just like the previous video games in the series, Bravely Default 2 (II) is a role-playing game (RPG) with turn-based combat system. There are some gameplay features included in the game from previous installment’s such as the "Brave Point" system, & the use of gathering various "asterisks" to alter character's classes. The main pros of Bravely Default 2 (II) is that the story is set in a completely different land compared to previous two video game installments, on a land called Excillant, that has five kingdoms. 

Pros and cons of Bravely Default 2
Pros and cons of Bravely Default 2
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There are four main characters in Bravely Default 2 (II). Bravely Default 2 (II) is a single player video game & that means you can have a solo gameplay experience & the video game uses Unreal Engine 4. What you are really going to like in the video game is that you start an adventure to find four Crystals. The game uses the lovely Brave & Default combat system that was also used in previous series video game. The system involves risk & reward in turn-based combat. Characters can make multiple action moves in one turn, but after that they may be unable to make moves for a while. The main thing is a balance. What you have to do is to find & beat bosses who holds an Asterisk to take on even more jobs & take down Orpheus for the Bard job or fell Dag to become a Vanguard. The main con of this video game is that it only launches on Nintendo Switch platform. The more platforms are always good.  

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