Class of Heroes: Anniversary Edition details Dressing Room, BGM and difficulty settings, and Arena

While Class of Heroes: Anniversary Edition has been available for Switch via the Nintendo eShop in Japan since April 26, developer Acquire put out a press release and screenshots today introducing some of the dungeon RPG’s additional new features.

Get the details below.

Dressing Room

A feature unlocked upon your arrival at Rantslate, the Dressing Room enables players to change the outfits of character graphics to the uniforms of other schools from across the entire series.

Class of Heroes: Anniversary Edition

Background Music Settings

Change the background music for each town and scene to music from across the entire series. (You can also turn off background music.) The background music can be preveiwed in the previously detailed “Music Appreciation” mode. Search for your favorite songs, then put together your own set lists for each entry in the series.

Class of Heroes: Anniversary Edition

Difficulty Settings

Difficulty settings have been adjusted to be “evem easier to play.” You can both lower or raise the difficulty level. Please refer to the following table for how each difficulty level affects the game:

EXP acquired when defeating monsters100%100%120%
Money acquired when defeating monsters100%100%120%
Accuracy rate during battle15%10%5%
Damage dealt to monsters120%100%80%
Damage dealt by monsters80%100%120%

Class of Heroes: Anniversary Edition


A feature unlocked upon your arrival at Mashlenia, the Arena enables players to re-challenge defeated event monsters as many times as desired. You can even increase your opponent’s level to make them stronger and more challenging.

Class of Heroes: Anniversary Edition

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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