Class of Heroes 1 & 2 Complete Edition launches April 26th

PQube has announced that Class of Heroes 1 & 2 Complete Edition will be launching on April 26th, with the collection set to be released for PC, PS5, and Switch. The features of each game in the collection can be seen below, following the brand new release date trailer. Across both games, players will need to pick and train students up to become the heroes the world needs.

Class of Heroes ‘Anniversary Edition’:

  • Student Specialisation: choose the name, gender, class, alignment, and course for your students to build the ultimate team. 
  • Tailor your team’s attacks: strong, and hidden monsters lurk around every corner of the dungeons. Prepare your team to fight against these evil creatures. 
  • Multiple dungeons to explore: with more than 75 dungeons that change every time you enter, you’ll never get bored of getting lost!
  • Resource management: from priceless treasures to worthless trash, manage your dungeon haul wisely.
  • Customise your weapons: from power stones to war hammers, customise the attributes of your weapons to become a force to be reckoned with!

Class of Heroes ‘2G Remaster Edition’:

  • Three different schools: each school has its own host of interesting characters and courses which your students can take.
  • Countless combinations: with 10 different classes, 18 different courses, and 3 different alignments, creating the perfect team is endless.
  • Endless dungeon maps: 100+ dungeon maps to conquer and explore. All with different terrains and environments, each dungeon is never quite the same.
  • Numerous enemies to defeat: from clusters of small enemies, to terrifying beasts, they will hunt your every move. Be prepared to defeat these determined enemies.

The first Class of Heroes originally released in 2008 for PSP, and the game has only been available on that console previously. Class of Heroes 2G was a port of Class of Heroes 2, and was released in 2010 for PS3 in Japan, followed by a release five years later for the West. Class of Heroes 3 never released in the West.

Source: Press Release

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