It was all but guaranteed that Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, the stylish 3DS RPG from Square Enix, would be getting a name change when it launched in other parts of the world, but we now know what moniker the game will go by when it hits Europe later this year.
According to Nintendo of Europe’s press site, the RPG will now be called Bravely Default: Where the Fairy Flies when it arrives in the region this holiday season. It’s anyone’s guess as to why the publisher decided to change Bravely Default’s subtitle and not its main one, but it’s safe to say Nintendo of Europe has never been the…best at localizing game titles (case in point: Yoshi Topsy-Turvy was released in Europe under the awkwardly literal name of Yoshi’s Universal Gravitation).
Along with the new title, Nintendo has also released a handful of new screenshots from the game, which can be seen below.
Bravely Default will be launching in Europe later this year. A North American release will follow in 2014.