Square has revealed new details about the size and scope of its upcoming Game Boy Advance strategy RPG, Final Fantasy Tactics Advance. It was revealed that over 40 classes will be available to the various races of the game. Whether this is referring to generic jobs, plus character specific jobs, like in Final Fantasy Tactics, or 40 unique generic classes remains to be seen. It was also revealed that around 300 possible missions will be available to the player.
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance is one of the first Game Boy Advance games developed by Square, thanks to the company's newly established Nintendo-specific Game Designers Studio. The game will be available in Japan early next year; a North American or European release date announcement has yet to be made.