Gaijinworks and MonkeyPaw Games have announced that Class Of Heroes 2 will be released on PSN on June 4th. The game was supposed to be released during May, but it ended up being delayed due to some rights issues regarding the animated intro of the game.
Class Of Heroes 2 is the sequel to the first Class Of Heroes game: the game is a first person dungeon crawler game taking place in a high school. Class Of Heroes 2 improves on pretty much everything introduced in the first game: players will be able to choose new classes and majors, undertake and complete more than 140 different quests and more. The game also features some branching storylines, increasing Class Of Heroes 2 replay value.
The game managed to get localized thanks to the efforts of Gaijinworks, who started a kickstarter to fund the localization work. Together with the PSN release of the game, Class Of Heroes 2 is also going to receive a limited retail release which also includes a code to download the digital version of the game for free.
Class Of Heroes 2 also received a Ps3 remake featuring full voice acting, more skills, classes and dungeons.
Class Of Heroes 2 is a PSP release but it’s also fully compatible with PsVita.