Trials of Mana remake is coming in April 2020, and there are special pre-order opportunities this revival brings. Square Enix showcased the eagerly awaited reborn of the popular classic ‘90s game during a Nintendo Direct presentation on September 4th. They revealed the platforms and the precise date, as well as some in-game details about characters and stuff. For all who were born in the ‘80s and raised in the ‘90s, this is going to be fun.
The Trials of Mana trailer shows just how well things can turn out if a remaster is handled properly, and Square Enix is no amateur. The memorable characters, their polished but true-to-original models, and the epic soundtrack could make you teary if you played the game as a kid, while the gameplay seems clearly improved given the modern age mechanic capabilities. During the unveiling, the developers revealed that the game is coming for PC on Steam, PS4, and Nintendo Switch.
Trials of Mana remake release date is April 24, 2020
The high anticipation intensifies as the fans are waiting for the revamp of this bellowed title for decades now. the original game was released back in 1995 and was titled Seiken Densetsu 3 as a Japanese release. It was developed and published by Square, which we all know forms half of the Square Enix company today. The game was directed by Hiromichi Tanaka, designed by Koichi Ishii, who is the creator of the series, and had Tetsuhisa Tsuruzono as the producer. The artwork was signed by Nobuteru Yūki, a manga and anime artist, and Hiroki Kikuta was onboard as the composer. All these names already comprised seasoned people in the field of game development and the game achieved incredible success, even years after its initial release when it transitioned to the western market.
In 2017, this original game was released as a part of the Seiken Densetsu Collection released in Japan for Nintendo Switch, and in 2019 we’ve also seen Collection of Mana with this title in its original form. Later that month, they announced that the remake is coming, set for early 2020 and developed for PC, PS4, and NS. The character models are upgraded, as the Trials of Mana TGS 2019 trailer suggests, but the recent reveal also shown that the players will be able to switch classes and participate in a new combat system that will make battles even more epic than before. Also, there will be an English voiceover, featured for the first time in any iteration of the game.
The Trials of Mana remake pre-purchase bonuses come for both the digital and the physical edition and will be available by May 21st, 2020, for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Bonuses include a Rabite Adornment DLC, an EXP boost that will last to level 10, while pre-ordering the game from PlayStation Store will come with an exclusive avatar set, featuring six characters from the game. Steam pre-purchase of Trials of Mana by May 21st, 2020 also comes with the Rabite Adornment DLC and a wallpaper set.