Bravely Default: Flying Fairy heading to North America and Europe

After much delay, we have confirmation today by Nintendo Direct that Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is finally being localized for North America and Europe.

The 3DS exclusive will be hitting western shores courtesy of Nintendo – who will be handling both publishing and localization duties similar to Dragon Quest VI and XI. The Square Enix developed title is a spiritual successor of sorts to Final Fantasy: The Four Heroes of Light, and despite being popular in Japan seemed like it was unlikely to get any sort of western release from the company.

Nintendo will be bringing Bravely Default to Europe sometime this year, while North American fans will have to wait until 2014. Further details were not given but we’ll be sure to keep you updated on any localization news as it comes in.

You can watch the announcement video below.

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