Three Final Fantasy Explorers Jobs in Action

Thursday, August 21st, 2014

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Knight | Final Fantasy Explorers

Square Enix has started releasing videos highlighting the different jobs available in Final Fantasy Explorers. Today they’ve released three videos. Take a look below.



Black Mage

As the three videos show, your proximity to enemies will be key in combat. The Knight’s sword can only reach so far forcing players to get up close to any enemy. The Monk, interestingly enough, has a kind of teleport move that puts them right next to the enemy. Given the Monk’s use of fist and claw weapons over swords and whatnot, this will come in very handy. The Black Mage on the other hand can attack enemies from afar. The last thing they want to do is get anywhere near their enemies.

With over 20 jobs available in Final Fantasy Explorers, we’ll likely see more of these in the future right up to the game’s December 18th release in Japan. Square Enix has not announced any plans to release it outside of Japan.

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  • multibottler0cket

    This game looks like it has a lot of potential. I’m a huge fan of FFCC on GameCube, and this reminds me a lot of it, mostly because of the multiplayer option.

    I still want to see a game like this or like FFCC on Wii U though.