Trials Of Mana Gives An In-Depth Look On The Game’s Features I Watch The Gameplay Trailer Here!
Trials of Mana
PS4™ & SW – US, EU, AU, and Japan
Square Enix has released the new gameplay trailer of its upcoming remake of the classic 1995 game Seiken Densetsu 3, Trials of Mana. Take an in-depth look at the amazing features you are about to experience.
On the less than 4-minute game footage above, Trials of Mana shown a lot of exciting adventure that may vary on your party of three selection, you can choose from the 6 heroes in the game. Players can also take a glimpse on the combat system, upgrading character classes, abilities and more.
The game is bound to release on April 24, 2020, worldwide. Pre-order the game here!
In case you missed it…
Trials of Mana remake received its newest gameplay footage during its playable demo at Gamescom 2019. Several outlets such as 4Gamer.net, Dengeki Online, and Famitsu shared a new direct-feed of the game’s gameplay videos. And guess what? The new videos at Gamescom 2019 are from the PS4 version of the game!
Read more about the game >HERE<
Trials of Mana remake is coming to the Nintendo Switch, PS4, and PC in early 2020. Pre-order for this game is now available here at Playasia. So, if you want to reserve your copies as early as now, just click the button below to secure yours!
Originally, Trials of Mana was released way back in 1995 as Seiken Densetsu 3 for the Super Famicom and is considered as a Super Famicom Classic. It is an action role-playing game developed and published by Square which is now known as Square Enix. It is the third installment in the Mana series, and the sequel to the 1993 game, Secret of Mana.
More so, Seiken Densetsu 3 is one of the many games in Japan that didn’t make it to the West. But, through an unofficial English fan translation released in 2000, English-speaking players had the opportunity to play and experience the game.
You can check out the trailer and screenshots for the game below.