Square Enix’s Project Triangle Strategy has received an update and an official name. It’s now called – surprise – Triangle Strategy but still retains the gorgeous HD 2D art-style, tactical turn-based gameplay and involving story. Along with a new trailer, the publisher also confirmed a release date of March 4th, 2022.
An update on feedback from the demo was also provided with Square Enix noting changes like better clarity for the visuals in combat, difficulty changes and more. Camera angle controls, “streamlined” game flow and loading times, and an option to review previous lines of dialogue have also been added. Whether a new demo will be released in the coming months (a la Bravely Default 2) to showcase these updates remains to be seen.
Triangle Strategy is exclusive to the Nintendo Switch and plays like an interesting mix between Octopath Traveler and Final Fantasy Tactics. As Serenoa, players must venture across the land, rallying support to fight back against a tyrannical kingdom. Stay tuned for more details in the meantime.