ATLUS offers a crash course in Dungeon Travelers 2’s intermediate classes
ATLUS has released a new trailer for Dungeon Travelers 2 showcasing the game’s intermediate classes. When characters in Dungeon Travelers 2 hit level 15, that’s when each character can specialize into an intermediate class. Each of the game’s five basic classes (Fighter, Magic User, Scout, Maid, and Spieler) will have at least two new class options they can choose once they reach level 15. These intermediate offer a variety of choices for our dungeon-dwelling heroines, such as Fighters becoming either Paladins or Berserkers, or a scout that can become the ranged Archer or the melee Assassin.
One of the major benefits to these intermediate classes in Dungeon Travelers 2 is that they allow players to experiment with new sub classes with little consequence. Players also have the option of resetting the character’s skill points and redistributing them to help shape your characters to your liking. Drop all those points into a new skill to see how it performs at max level. Characters will always be reset to level 15 (or 30, 45, etc. for later levels), but it offers a good amount of freedom to get a feel for new skills in combat and then try something new if it doesn’t work out. And because these are sub-classes instead of a true new class, players can experiment freely to fine-tune their characters into their ideal monster-killing machines.
Check out some of Dungeon Travelers 2’s new classes in the trailer below:
Dungeon Travelers 2 releases exclusively on the PlayStation Vita this summer. Launch and pre-order versions of the game will come with the “Ladies of Dungeon Travelers 2” 17-month calendar.