By Spencer . July 7, 2014 . 2:27am
After a game is released usually publishers stop promoting it and move on to the next pre-order. Bravely Default is an exception since Square Enix is still coming up with new marketing campaigns for the RPG.
Originally released in Japan in 2012, Bravely Default was re-released last year with tweaks and extra language options as Bravely Default: For the Sequel.
Starting on July 28, an extended demo of Bravely Default will be available in Japan that lets players go through the first four chapters of the game. Players can purchase an upgrade kit for 2,000 yen if they want voice acting and to play Bravely Deafult’s fifth chapter and beyond.