Guide: How to Change Classes in Tactics Ogre: Reborn

Tactics Ogre: Reborn features a handful of different Classes players can unlock throughout the narrative. Picking and choosing the right job can mean victory or defeat in some circumstances. It’s important to remember that you can change your Class at any given time. So instead of investing in new units, which you may be tempted to, you can always change up a character already part of your roster. However, keep in mind you won’t be able to change the Class of certain story-significant characters for specific reason. That said, the guide below will tell you how to change Classes in Tactics Ogre: Reborn!

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If you skipped over the initial tutorial, don’t worry. It only takes a few steps to actually change a character’s Class. Once you’ve beaten the stage at Almorica Castle, you will immediately be able to switch. You can follow the steps below to navigate the few menus in your way:

  • Click on the Party button on the upper left-hand side of the screen.
  • Click on the unit you would like to change the Class of.
  • From there, click on the icon of a person holding their fist up against a yellow background.

Tactics Ogre Reborn Class Change

You will then be brought to a menu where you can change the Class of the unit you’ve selected. Keep in mind that you will need Class Marks in order to change the Class of a character in Tactics Ogre: Reborn. So make sure to use them wisely. Additionally, when changing a Class it means that you will potentially be swapping out what skills that character can now equip, along with armor. Not all Classes have access to every skill available in Tactics Ogre: Reborn, so keep this in mind before swapping them out.

Tactics Ogre: Reborn is available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

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