Meet Dungeon Travelers 2's Five Basic Classes

By Shawn Collier on June 2, 2015, 9:53PM EDT

Last month, Atlus detailed the pre-order bonuses for Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal. The publisher has now released a new trailer showcasing the game's five basic classes.

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.

The five basic classes in the game include the following:

Standard melee damage dealer, has skills for basic defense as well as attacks. With high HP and strength, they can be the vanguard of the party.

Magic User
The basic class can use all elemental damage-dealing spells. They can use the basic healing spell as well, making them an invaluable asset to the party.

A master of speed that can attack when the enemy lets their guard down, and can also steal money. Because they can use both daggers and bows, they can change their fighting style to fit your needs.

Though not good with physical attacks or magic, they can provide special support without using TP or needing casting time. The unsung hero type.

This class is literally a wild card. The most powerful of the Spieler abilities are high-risk, high-reward gamles, so choose them for your party carefully! They can make a HUGE difference in battle.

Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal will be released later this summer 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 later this Fall in that territory.

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