Bravely Default out this October in Japan

Square Enix's new RPG will be out for 3DS; collector's edition available only through Square Enix's online store.

Square Enix recently announced a release date for the upcoming 3DS RPG Bravely Default: Flying Fairy. The game will be out on October 11 this year in Japanese stores.

The art in Bravely Default is done by Final Fantasy Tactics' Akihiko Yoshida.

In addition, the company also announced a collector's edition of the game, which will be available only through its online store. This version of the game will set gamers back 12,000 yen and features a first print run of the game's soundtrack, an art book, a 3DS protection case, and a life-size AR poster.

Gamers with access to Nintendo Japan's e-shop can check out two demos of Bravely Default: Flying Fairy right now. A third demo for the game will be out within this week and will showcase the game's battle system using two of the game's four job classes.

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Fatbeaverlol
Fatbeaverlol

damn why cant this come to europe. hopefully it will later

MrFwibbles
MrFwibbles

Four job classes? There's at least 24!

darthsephy
darthsephy

is this a statement on some countries economic status?

HollowNinja
HollowNinja

Japan still doesn't know how to come up with a name...