Bravely Default 2 Heads to PC in September

The acclaimed RPG previously exclusive to the Nintendo Switch will arrive on PC via Steam.

Bravely Default 2 will be making its way to PC later this year on September 2. The RPG will be available through Steam for $59.99, though it’s currently 10% off through September 13, putting it at $53.99 until then. The discount will disappear on that date at 1 p.m. EDT, when the Steam Store refreshes for the day. 

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The Steam port “features full controller support and various resolution options,” according to Square Enix. There’s no word on what other little bells and whistles PC players can expect in the game’s options. 

Bravely Default 2 is a massive game with 24 jobs, secret endings, and much more for RPG fans to sink their teeth into. The story follows four heroes who, of course, are out to stop an evil force from destroying the world Excillant (yep). We enjoyed Bravely Default 2 on the Switch, saying that “it has a deep combat system, a sunny disposition, and a weirdly positive outlook.”

You can read about why it’s “the best RPG that never came out of 1998 Japan” in our full review. 

If plan on starting off on the right foot, consider heading over to and bookmarking our Bravely Default 2 guides page, where we have general tips and tricks and help articles on the game’s job system (including how to unlock a secret job), endings, rare monster locations and drops, and more.


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