From Samurai to Spiritualist – Learn More About Jobs in GOD WARS Future Past
Today we bring you information about the different jobs you can choose and level up in our upcoming strategy RPG, GOD WARS Future Past.
In GOD WARS Future Past, each character can have 3 jobs:
Determines equippable items, stat growth and distribution, and allows you to learn and use skills related to that job using Job Points.
Allows you to learn and use skills related to that job using Job Points.
Unique Job (Unable to Change)
Each character’s Unique Job grants them access to their own personal sets of upgradable skills.
In this scenario, Kuma’s Main Job is a Warrior, Sub Job is a Priest, all while maintaining his own Unique Job, aptly named Kuma.
Main and Sub Jobs are split into three different categories:
As you battle enemies and clear stages, both your Job Points and Job Level will increase.
Allows you to purchase new skills specific to your Job.
Increasing your Job Level makes your Job more powerful and unlocks more jobs on the job tree. You must meet a specific level requirement to unlock Intermediate and Advanced jobs.
Choose your character’s Main and Sub Jobs, level them up, and unlock a wide variety of stronger intermediate and advanced jobs, like the Samurai or Spiritualist.
The Samurai are an upgraded version of the Warrior and are best if used in close-range combat. If you prefer long-range combat, consider leveling up your Warrior to an Archer instead.
The Spiritualist, on the other hand, is upgraded from the Magician and can unleash incredibly powerful attacks, but they tend to use a large amount of MP.
For more details, visit our official website where you can learn everything there is to know about the game’s systems, jobs, and more.
Explore the untold history of Japan with GOD WARS Future Past, releasing on June 20 in North America and June 16 in Europe for the PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®Vita.
About the Story
A long time ago, there was a beautiful land made up of three nations: Fuji, Izumo, and Hyuga. This land was called Mizuho. The people of Mizuho disliked conflict, honored their ancestral spirits, and lived in harmony with nature. However, over time, they began cultivating crops, forging and using metal, fighting wars, destroying nature, and neglecting to honor their ancestral spirits.
In the meantime, various locations in Mizuho suffered from natural disasters like flooding, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions. In order to stop a destructive eruption, the Queen of Mizuho, Tsukuyomi, sacrificed her beloved daughter Sakuya to the mountain, confined her other daughter Kaguya within a bamboo seal in case of future disasters, and then disappeared. 13 years later, Princess Kaguya has grown into a beautiful woman and her childhood friend, Kintaro, saves her during a riot. She rises against her “fate to be a sacrifice,” and in order to follow her own path, they both escape from Fuji and journey across Mizuho to discover the truth behind Tsukuyomi’s decision.