Each character has certain strengths and weaknesses, including either spellcasting powers or other special abilities, based on their job.
Characters gain abilities as they gain experience from battles.
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Characters unlock new abilities and improve their stats as they level up.
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A sequel, Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, was released for Japanese mobile phones in February 2008.
The sequel was released via Wii Ware in the US on June 1, 2009, and is included in Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection for the Play Station Portable, along with a "midquel" titled Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-.
The ATB system would return in the next five games as well as making appearances in other games produced by Square Co., Ltd., including Chrono Trigger.
In battle, the player controls a party with up to five characters, making Final Fantasy IV the first and the only Final Fantasy in the main series where four party members is not the maximum capacity.