Square Enix has announced the shipments and digital sales of Bravely Default II have now surpassed the one million mark. It follows on from an update in August, announcing the Switch version alone had shifted 950,000 copies.
The third main entry in the series first arrived on the Nintendo Switch in February this year and was ported across to Steam (PC) at the beginning of September. It’s worth noting this latest sales update is the combined total of both platforms.
To celebrate this special occasion the official Bravely Default Twitter account issued the following commemorative artwork:
At this point, the sales of Bravely Default II are likely to surpass the lifetime sales of the original Nintendo 3DS entry, which sold just over one million units.
The Bravely Default producer has already mentioned how eager he is to continue to the series, and has told fans to look forward to the series’ anniversary next year.
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