Class of Heroes 2 may still get a physical release

By Brenna Hillier, Tuesday, 12 February 2013 05:31 GMT

Class of Heroes 2 didn’t succeed in its Kickstarter drive for a Monkeypaw-backed physical release, eventually opting to launch via the PlayStation Network for PSP and Vita, but new publisher Gaijinworks hasn’t given up. If 2,500 gamers sign up for a physical PSP release by February 14, Gaijinworks will go ahead and produce one, bundled with a download code. Please only sign if you’re sure you will follow through, because otherwise you may leave the company in the red. Class of Heroes 2 will cost $25 and is expected to arrive on the US and European PSN near simultaneously; the physical release will be $35 and is US only.

Thanks, Merta.

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