Aquaplus have updated the official Japanese website for Dungeon Travelers 2-2 with new details on base area of the game as well as how the class change system works.

The base area is where you’ll be spending your downtime for the game and it is here that you’ll undertake the management of various aspects of the game such as party members or purchasing items.

As you progress through the game you’ll unlock access to more facilities. You can check out some of the facilities below.

House of Time

The House of Time is where you will manage your party members including changing active party members and changing classes.

Rinrin Temple

At the Rinrin Temple you’ll be able to purchase food and medicine as well as sell unwanted goods. This will act as your shop throughout the game so expect to be spending plenty of time splashing the cash here.

Seal Control Room

The Seal Control room will allow you to create Sealbooks using the spirits of defeated monsters.

After finishing in the base area you’ll be taken to the world map, here you’ll be able to see all the places you can explore and choose your next destination.

As well as the look into the base area we also have more information now about the class system and how it operates. Every character has a class that they will start with, as they level up they’ll gain access to more advanced classes with new abilities to use.

For example, the Fighter class. when you reach high enough level you’ll gain access to 2 more advanced classes. The more defensive Paladin class or the more offensive Berserker class. Choosing the right class for the situation will be important throughout the game.

The system promises a lot of depth, especially in the late game when there are many options open to the player regarding party composition.

It is a brief look into the workings of Dungeon Travelers 2-2 but what do you make of the base of operations? Intrigued by the class system? Let us know in the comments below.

Dungeon Travelers 2-2: The Maiden Who Fell into Darkness and the Book of Beginnings is set to release on PS Vita in Japan on 20th April. Stay tuned to The Vita Lounge for more information as we get it.

  • Kaboom

    So it really is just like the first one, just expands on the story more. Welp, I hope we of the west get it then.