Bravely Default II Gets Rated in Australia Signaling Its Release Date Announcement Soon

If there’s anyone we can always trust, it’s the video game rating agencies. The ACB (Australian Classification Board) had already revealed the existence of the DOOM 64 port, and now it does the same with Bravely Default II.

Bravely Default II had already been announced some time ago for Nintendo Switch, and apart from demos and interviews not much was known about the release date. The fact that the first rating agencies have classified for the game could mean that the release date (or at least the announcement of the date) is approaching.

For the record, the verdict of the ACB, as can be seen in this link, was rated M (which does not stand for Mature as in the American ESRB, attention, but for Moderate, practically a PEGI 16). The “themes” and “violence” fields received Moderate, while the “sex” field a lower rating, Mild. No mention of foul language, nudity, or drug use was used for Bravely Default II. It’s good to know!

Here’s the overview of the game, via Nintendo:

Step into a brand-new world with four brand-new heroes.

A new world, a new story, and all-new Heroes of Light await in an original RPG experience arriving on the Nintendo Switch system in 2020! This successor to the original Bravely Default game comes from the team that brought you the Bravely series and Octopath Traveler, and features music from Revo (Sound Horizon/Linked Horizon), acclaimed composer of the Bravely Default soundtrack.

1. Brand-new entry in Square Enix’s Bravely Series
2. Travel the world in search of the four Crystals with the latest incarnation of the brave band known as the Heroes of Light
3. Latest creation from Team Asano, creators of the Bravely series and Octopath Traveler
4. New world filled with new characters, but with the atmosphere and excitement the Bravely series is known for