Trials of Mana Will Release A Demo This Week, Get More Details Here
Square Enix has released a new trailer for Trials of Mana ahead of the demo launch for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
The final trailer for the Trials of Mana remake has dropped ahead of the game's launch on April 24. Square Enix will also release a demo for the game this week, GameSpot can confirm.
Trials of Mana was first released in 1995 as Seiken Densetsu 3, the third game in the long-running Mana series. It wasn't available to Western markets until the 2019 release of the Collection of Mana for Switch, when it became known as Trials of Mana in English.
The new remake will rebuild the game from the ground up, with new graphics, art style and reworked gameplay. The free demo for Trials of Mana will release on March 18 for PS4, Switch, and PC on Steam, consisting of the first section of the game where players will get to choose their party members and experience a boss battle.
According to Nintendo Life the Switch demo will only be available from the Japanese eShop, but will have English language support. As the Switch is region-free, players are able to set up a Japanese account and download the demo from any country.
Eager players will be able to use the demo to get a head start, as save data is able to be transferred to the full game when it launches on April 24 for Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC.
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