PR: Final Fantasy Explorers’ 21 Different Classes

Friday, November 20th, 2015

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One of the highlights for me during the latest Nintendo Direct was the trailer for Final Fantasy Explorers, a very Monster Hunter-like spinoff of Final Fantasy for Nintendo 3DS. You can play solo or with your friends and take on the biggest and baddest monsters the Final Fantasy has to offer. The real draw of this game is the huge selection of Jobs to choose from, which are based on class jobs you may be familiar with from playing Final Fantasy III or V. Final Fantasy Explorers offers a total of 21 different job classes to choose from, and the story is about a resource war in which you are on a search for a rumored Grand Crystal to provide energy.

Final Fantasy Explorers | Job Classes

 

Final Fantasy Explorers will be available in North America on January 26, priced at $39.99. Square Enix is also offering a limited Collector’s Edition you can buy through their Online Store for $69.99. If you’d like to purchase the game on Amazon and help Operation Rainfall at the same time, you can use our affiliate link below.


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  • Lynn Kitty

    White Mage, Bard, Ranger, Dragoon, Ninja @_@ So many choices I wanna do! I wish summoner was an option though

  • Hogtree Octovish

    Always been partial to the Red Mage (mainly for the pimp hat) and Thief classes.
    I’ll probably also dabble in the Bard class (but definitely not main it) for old times sake.