If you’re looking to play some Soul Sacrifice Delta with some friends and don’t have the full game, you’re in luck.

With Soul Sacrifice Delta releasing just over a week ago in Japan, a new demo has been released that will allow those who haven’t quite got the cash for the title to join in with those who do. Multiplayer missions in the new demo include fights against a Worm, the Three Little Pigs, the Frog Prince, Beelzebub and a Valkyrie (as a team) and yet another Leviathan.

The demo also contains a sample of story mode, including Magician’s Test chapters one through six and the first chapter of the Corrupt Sorcerer, Savior’s Hersey and Little Red Riding Hood – though obviously they’re not playable online.

As with the last demo, progress will transfer to the full game if you happen to pick it up (don’t delete the demo ’til you’ve transferred if that’s the case).

Soul Sacrifice Delta is available now in Japan, with us Westerners still hoping for the announcement of localization.

  • Lester Paredes

    Ah. I think you mean game-sharing. For a second there, I thought it was coming out on PS3 or 4 also, and you could play with users on those platforms.

    • Kyle Wakeling

      Game sharing is commonly referred to as the act of buying a game, then letting someone else log into your account and download it (who hasn’t payed for it). Cross-play means online play across two different versions of the game – which this is (demo + full version).

      • Lester Paredes

        I guess I used the wrong term, but some DS and 3DS games use game sharing. Meaning only one person has to have the physical copy of the game, the other players can get info broadcast from their system so they can play too without having a physical copy. Mario Kart DS is one I’m readily aware of.

        Otherwise, I was confused by my interpretation of the wording in the article. Didn’t realize that you meant that if you only had the demo, you could still do some multiplayer with people who owned the retail copy of the game.