Meet Dungeon Travelers 2's Advanced Classes

By Shawn Collier on July 19, 2015, 5:06PM EDT
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Atlus's Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal is set to release next next month in North America and in October in Europe. Atlus has already revealed information about the base and intermediate classes you can choose from, so next up is a new video showcasing the advanced classes available in the game.

Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal is a dungeon RPG that utilizes a first-person viewpoint when inside the dungeons, alongside hand-drawn static cutscenes during the story portions of the game. For stat nerds, there's an insane amount of min-maxing possible and each of the female character have both a base class and can be specialized into one of several sub-classes. And for those who prefer the original Japanese voiceovers, the game will be Japanese-voices only with an English text localization.

After reaching Level 30, you will meet the requirements to specialize into an advanced class. Each basic class has the option of at least three of them, but you'll be locked out of certain ones depending on your intermediate class, so you'll need to choose wisely. The advanced levels are further niches of the intermediate classes, but they allow for some truly powerful skills and abilities, allowing for some impressive class diversification.

Of course, like with the intermediate classes, you have nearly penalty-free ways to experiment with these new sub-classes. You can either reset their skill points and redistribute them as needed, or if you want to switch to an entirely new class you can reset to Level 15, 30, 45, etc. and try something new!

Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal will be released on August 18 in North America for $39.99 both physically and digitally via the PlayStation Store. For those in Europe, NIS America will be taking over publishing duties in that territory and will release the game on October 16 both physically and digitally.

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