We’ve been getting a lot of game demos recently haven’t we? Tomorrow will not be bucking the trend either as players will get the opportunity to play the demo for Trials of Mana (March 18th 2020) on PlayStation 4, Switch and PC. Alongside this, Square Enix has dropped the “The Final” trailer for the upcoming game as well.
The demo will allow players to experience the beginning endeavours of the story, where you’ll be able to pick and choose your party team members and encounter the Full Metal Hugger boss battle. In addition, any progress made in the demo with the save data can be carried onto the full game when released. Plenty of time to squeeze some grinding in.
For players unfamiliar with fantasy RPG series, Trials of Mana was previously known as Seiken Densetsu 3 when it was initially released all the way back in 1995 on the old school Super Famicom. The game was the third instalment of the Mana series and is the squeal to 1993 Secret of Mana. Unfortunately, the game was unavailable to players in the West until 2019, when the Collection of Mana series was released on the Switch and the title was renamed to Trials of Mana.
The upcoming title is a complete remake, with a full lick of paint and will be the first time players will be able to experience this particular story on PlayStation consoles. Will you be testing out the Trials of Mana demo sometime before the full release?
Trials of Mana is set for a worldwide release on PlayStation 4, Switch and PC on April 24th.
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