On January 2nd of next year, a demo will arrive on the Nintendo 3DS eShop for Bravely Default: Flying Fairy. Nintendo stated that gamers who download the demo will be treated to content not available in the main game, and also talked about the new IP's use of micro-transactions.
The exclusive content comes three-fold in Bravely Default's demo. The first feature will be a special mission that can only be played on the demo itself. Secondly, players can earn weapons and items that will be unlocked in the final version of the game. Lastly, players who download and play the demo will be able to get 20 StreetPass tags.
In the area of micro-transactions, they will be limited to acquiring Sleep Points that are used during battle to enter Bravely Second mode and freeze the enemy in battle. This will merely serve as another option to acquire the Sleep Points other than leaving the 3DS system in sleep mode while the game is running.
Bravely Default: Flying Fairy releases for the Nintendo 3DS in the United States on January 7, 2014.