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  • Try out project OCTOPATH TRAVELER in a free demo on Nintendo eShop!


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    project OCTOPATH TRAVELER is an exclusive Nintendo Switch RPG from the producers of the Bravely Default series, releasing in 2018. But if that sounds way too long to wait, worry not – you can give it a go already with a free* demo, available to download now from Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch, or via the project OCTOPATH TRAVELER website**.

    Step into the shoes of eight travellers, each with their own origin, talents and goals, and explore the faraway land of Orsterra as you see fit. Each character can interact with the people they encounter in a distinct way.

    For example, the warrior, Olberic, can “challenge” others to duels to bring them to justice, or the dancer, Primrose, might “allure” a character into following her into a trap.

    You can find out more, and discover a combat system that fuses simple, pick-up-and-play, turn-based battles with all-new mechanics, in these videos from the latest Nintendo Direct presentation.

    Which path will you take? Try out the free* demo for yourself and see where it takes you!

    project OCTOPATH TRAVELER will be available in 2018, only on Nintendo Switch.

    *Broadband internet connection required. The registration and linkage of Nintendo Account and acceptance of the Nintendo Account Agreement and Privacy Policy are required.

    **To be able to purchase download games or download demos and free software from Nintendo eShop on the official website, you'll need to have a Nintendo Account which is linked to your Nintendo Switch console. You'll need to have your console registered as the active console for downloads for your Nintendo Account by visiting Nintendo eShop on the device you wish to download on at least once. For automatic download, your system must be updated and connected to the internet with automatic downloads enabled, and it must have enough storage to complete the download. To find out more, visit our Support section. Purchases made or demo downloads activated through the Nintendo website are processed via Nintendo eShop.