Bravely Default: Flying Fairy Gets Digital Release in Japan

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

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Bravely Default

Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is getting a release as a digital version on the 3DS eShop on November 1st.  So, as of the publishing of this article, it should be available due to the time difference.  It was released on October 11th in physical form, and reports indicate that the game is selling out.  The current sales figures, according to Media Create, has it selling over 200,000 units and as the top selling non-new game this past week.

The download version will cost 5,400 yen (which comes to a little over $67 USD) as opposed to the physical release price of 6090 yen (about $76).  This is a bold move by Square Enix to ensure their product is available to gamers even in times of a shortage.  There is still however no word on if there will be a release outside of Japan for either the hard copy or digital releases.


About Chris Stollings

Chris is a 28 year old gamer who joined Operation Rainfall in the fall of 2012. When he’s not writing articles or working on video content for Rainfall, he spends his time creating Let’s Plays for his personal Youtube channel, and filling in the last few missing titles of his vast (in his mind) game collection, prefering RPG’s but wont turn down a title of another genre if it looks interesting.