The original Bravely Default released in Japan on October 11, 2012, making today its fourth birthday. (We Americans would have to wait 16 more months before getting our hands on the English localization.)
To celebrate, the official Bravely Default Twitter account posted a cute new illustration, along with some text that hints we may be seeing another installment in the series soon.
ブレイブリー生誕４周年！— ブレイブリーセカンド (@BDFF_OFFICIAL) October 11, 2016
近々 何かあるかも……！？ pic.twitter.com/F2FBalVoMq
Translated into English, the Japanese text reads, "We apologize for the lack of information. Maybe there will be something soon...!?" Though this message is extremely vague, it could be hinting at the possibility of a Bravely Default 3—or "Bravely Third," fitting with the series' naming structure. And while this announcement feels just a little too close to the launch of Bravely Second, it's important to remember that game released in 2015, an entire year before the English-language version. In any case, it's always exciting to hear Square-Enix hasn't given up on one of their most worthwhile new brands.