Octopath Traveler Mobile Game X Bravely Default Crossover Introduces Elvis, Agnès & Edea With New Trailers

Square Enix released new trailers of the ucrossover between Octopath Traveler: Champions of the Continent and the Bravely Default series

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Today Square Enix released new trailers of the upcoming crossover between the mobile game Octopath Traveler: Champions of the Continent and the Bravely Default series announced last week.

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The first trailer focuses on introducing Elvis from Bravely Default II, who will be available starting on April 28 as a fully playable character.

The second introduced the two guide characters that were previously left as mysterious,  Edea Lee and Agnès Oblige, who will become available on May 6 and May 13 respectively.

You can check both trailers below.

Octopath Traveler: Champions of the Continent is set a few years before the original Octopath Traveler, which incidentally has just been released for Xbox on top of Switch and PC.

At the moment, there is no information on whether this mobile prequel will come to the west, but it launched in Japan on October 28.

Considering how popular Octopath Traveler is, I wouldn’t be surprised if Square Enix decided to localize this game for North America and Europe at some point. They already have quite a few mobile games in English and some of them are fairly successful. That being said, this is just my personal speculation and wishful thinking, so you should take it with a grain of salt.

If you want to see more about Champions Of The Continent, you can check out an earlier trailerone featuring Erminia, the greedy witchone showing Titus, the master of power, and one showcasing August, the master of fame, and one focusing on H’aanit from the original game.

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