When Final Fantasy Explorers launches on the Nintendo 3DS near the end of next month, players will have to determine whether they wish to explore the game as a lone wolf, or in a party of up to four players. In their most recent gameplay trailer for the RPG, Square Enix highlights the experience players can have in a party fighting against an array of monsters and eidolons.
In Final Fantasy Explorers, players will have access to 21 different job classes. Each class has its own unique abilities and skill sets provide tactical advantages over enemies, fulfilling different roles in a party, such as tank, healer, attacker or buffer. Choosing the right role is especially significant in multiplayer mode, as players battle in union utilizing a variety of abilities to bring down the realm’s most dangerous enemies. This means you will not likely be locked to just one or two roles throughout the entire game.
Final Fantasy Explorers is set for release in January 2016 on the Nintendo 3DS portable gaming system.