Class of Heroes 2, Acquire's dungeon-crawler role-playing game, is set to launch June 4 for $24.99 on the PlayStation Network for the PlayStation Portable and PlayStation Vita, MonkeyPaw Games announced today.
Last month, Class of Heroes 2 was available for pre-order for $36.99 from Amazon, which included the UMD disc, game manual and a voucher for a digital copy of the game. Pre-orders closed on May 8.
The game features more than 140 quests, more than a hundred dungeon maps, monster hordes, branching storylines and endings.
"We're extremely excited to release this addicting sequel for more reasons than the obvious localization enhancements," Ray Almeda, marketing and PR manager at MonkeyPaw Games said in a prepared statement. "Class of Heroes 2 is just one of many J-RPGs that deserve to be played by more gamers around the world and we hope, for the hardcore fans, that other companies realize that these kinds of opportunities are also possible."
Class of Heroes 2 initially launched in Japan in 2009, with Class of Heroes launching in North America for PlayStation Portable that same year. A Class of Heroes 2 deluxe physical edition Kickstarter campaign failed to meet its funding goal last year; however, a digital edition entered production because of strong fan feedback.