Bravely Default: Flying Fairy Will Have Downloadable Content

By Spencer . August 6, 2012 . 1:58pm

Square Enix is extending their DLC to Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, which will have additional character specific equipment. Some extra content will be bundled with the game’s music CDs.


If you purchase the single "Linked Horizon" you’ll get a Noble Composer outfit for Lingabel.


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The official Bravely Default soundtrack includes a code to use the Freelancer outfits for all four heroes even if they have a different job.


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These costumes will be available to everyone after December 13 if you reach a certain point in the game.


Agnes also has a Orthodox Knight costume, which you can unlock using a product code bundled with Bravely Default: Flying Fairy.

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It’s unclear how (or if?) you can get the Orthodox Knight costume if you get a used copy of Bravely Default. Bravely Default: Flying Fairy comes out for Nintendo 3DS on October 11.

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  • Herok♞

    Sounds like a interesting way to do dlc, if it is in the game and you just get early acces.

  • Anime10121

    Square needs to hurry and announce this for localization!  I think I may want this more than Type 0 (well only because this late in the game, it’s not looking too likely that we’ll get Type 0)!  But this game does look truly great!  And the demos they’ve released thus far all look fantastic!

    • Farid Belkacemi

      We’ll get Type-0. It’s only a matter of TIME ! :)

      • Anime10121

         I hope you’re right!

      • *casts haste* >_> No but really I don’t think we will at this point.

        • keithmaxx

          Not unless we see a Marlboro casting a Stop… Just like rumors on Versus XIII.

    • Hinataharem

      Square localizes 13-2 almost immediately.

      Square takes their sweet time with type-0, DQM3D and probably this too

      What is this I don’t even

      • Anime10121

        Sad but true.  Though I’m sure XIII-2 (which I did love) was an easy bet to prioritize and gain massive profits, as consoles games in the west sell far better than handheld games do. 

        I want all three of those handheld games (Type 0 and Bravely Default moreso than DQM3D), and I hope that Square isn’t throwing in the towel on localizing western jrpgs (especially considering a LOT of western journalist have been drinking some powerful Square Enix hatearade).

        • Hinataharem

          Although the journalists are potential consumers too, they shouldn’t be the basis for whether something is localized or not. I know they are vocal, but they don’t represent everyone. Hopefully Square realizes this

          • Anime10121

            Well technically some journalists get their review builds for free, so while I’m sure some do purchase the games they like, many get them straight from the publishers.  What I wanted to say was that all the bashing Square seems to get from journalists influences a lot of potential buyers who only buy what get “high numerical ratings” (usually 8-10). 

            A lot of people are afraid of any game that gets an average lower than an 8, and wont purchase it.  While the journalists dont represent everyone, they do influence many people (although I cant understand how, because when all is said and done, regardless of profession, their opinion is no more valid than any one else’s and thats all a review is, is an opinion).

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  • Hinataharem

    I admit Im a sucker for costume DLC.

    Sue me

  • this game gives me such a FF IX nostalgic 

    • AuraGuyChris

      I cannot disagree no matter what.

    • Not 5? I feel more of a FF5.

  • Nicolas Vasquez

    this look more like a final fantasy game than the latest entries with the final fantasy title on it.

    • Hinataharem

      How is it “more like a final fantasy game”? If it has Final Fantasy in its name, its a Final Fantasy game. I don’t care if you don’t like the newer games, but there is no formula for what makes a FF game outside of the title and publisher

      • James Beatty

        I think he means that it’s more like the ones people cared about. FF 12 and 13 aren’t loved that much. Overall, this looks more like FF 9 which I think is something people want. 

        • XII has its fans (myself not included), but you’re spot-on with the IX comparison

      • Tom_Phoenix

        ” …but there is no formula for what makes a FF game outside of the title and publisher.”

        You’re joking, right? 

        You HONESTLY don’t think that earlier titles do nothing to shape the identity of a series? That you can remove what made earlier titles appealing and replace it with something else, slap on the same name and expect absolutely no ramifications on the title or how it is perceived by its audience (or the public in general)?

    • ShinGundam

       It feels like tactics meet traditional RPG.

  • komiko12

    Like that Orthodox Knight costume. I hope there are also in-game bonus costumes.

    • Anime10121

      Man if this game has in-game costumes like Tales in addition to the DLC ones, I will seriously drop to the floor and bow to Square :D

      If they dont hurry and announce this for localization, I will literally fly to Japan and have a little talk with Wada!

  • Mrgrgr and Unacceptable World

    Hmm the DLC system there is quite strange lol.^_^ Rather than only buyers get DLC, it seems it is more time limited DLC there.^_^

  • The Orthodox Knight costume looks rather fetching on Agnes.

  • Not a fan of DLC, but if it’s an indication that SquEnix is prepping this as a serious release and not just a niche handheld spinoff, all the better.

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