Nintendo also revealed that fans can get their hands on a Collector’s Edition that includes the game, a 250-page deluxe art book and a 10-song soundtrack sampler. Available alongside a standard version at launch, the Collector’s Edition will be priced at $69.99 and can be seen in detail below.
A demo version of the game titled Bravely Second: End Layer – The Ballad of the Three Cavaliers will launch in the Nintendo eShop prior to release as well. The demo includes a unique story different than the one found in the main game, as well as new jobs and areas to explore. StreetPass tags and bonuses from the demo will also carry over for use in Bravely Second proper.
Bravely Second originally launched in Japan in April of last year as the direct sequel to 2012’s Bravely Default. Similar to the Silicon Studio-developed original, Nintendo is taking up publishing duties instead of Square Enix.