Trials of Mana Demo Arrives Tomorrow, “Final” Trailer and Extensive Gameplay Released

Save data from the demo can be transferred to the main game at launch.

Posted By | On 17th, Mar. 2020

Trials of Mana

Square Enix’s Final Fantasy 7 Remake isn’t the only remake the publisher has for April. It’s also releasing Trials of Mana, a remake of Seiken Densetsu 3 that features fully revamped graphics. The “Final” trailer is out now and Square Enix has also confirmed a demo for tomorrow on PS4, PC and Nintendo Switch.

If that weren’t enough, ample amounts of gameplay footage – from exploration and combat to boss fights and story sequences – has been released. Check those out below. As for the demo, it will allow players to choose any party members they desire and play up till the Fullmetal Hugger boss.

If you decide to pick the game up, then your save data will transfer over. This means you can continue the story with your particular party combination. Trials of Mana releases on April 24th for PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC. Stay tuned for more details en route and check out even more gameplay here.


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