Triangle Strategy is a turn-based strategy RPG developed by Artdink and published by Square Enix and Nintendo.
It uses the HD-2D aesthetic that was first introduced in the Square Enix RPG Octopath Traveler.
The HD-2D strategy RPG first launched for Nintendo Switch in March and has since arrived on PC. It's currently 40 percent off on Steam.
After having spent a few months as exclusive to the Nintendo Switch, Triangle Strategy is now available on PC through Steam.
The turn-based tactical RPG launched exclusively for the Nintendo Switch earlier this year, and will soon be making its way over to PC.
Triangle Strategy's producer spoke about the game's HD-2D art style, and how it's more expensive to create than you'd think.
Triangle Strategy is an excellent strategy RPG, impressing just as much with its tactics and combat as it does with its story and choices.
The tactical role-playing game launched on March 4th for the Nintendo Switch and has already performed exceedingly well.
Triangle Strategy sold over 86,000 units, while Gran Turismo 7's PS5 and PS4 versions collectively sold nearly 138,000 units.
Polyphony Digital's racing game overtakes FromSoftware's Elden Ring to take the top position on its debut in the UK.
Japanese outlet Famitsu has awarded the turn-based strategy RPG a collective score of 35/40, with praise directed to its combat, story, and visuals.
Triangle Strategy's story will revolve around three main kingdoms that rule the continent of Norzelia- Glenbrook, Aesfrost, and Hyzante.
Play through to Chapter 3 in the new free demo, which contains various changes and improvements, and carry progress to the full game.
As part of the War Council, the steward manages House Wolffort's many affairs along with providing advice to its young lord Serenoa.
Bethrothed to Seronoa Wolffort, Frederica is an important figure in the upcoming tactical RPG which releases March 4th for Nintendo Switch.
Square Enix has revealed the cover art for the upcoming Switch-exclusive strategy RPG in the lead-up to its March release.
A new trailer focuses on the character of Roland Glenbrook, the honourable prince of the usurped Glenbrook Kingdom.
In between turn-based tactical battles, players will have to vote on key decisions. Your allies may betray or turn against you, based on the results.
Square Enix has also taken demo feedback into account and implemented camera controls, difficulty changes, and more.
However, as per the TGS 2021 schedule, it doesn't look like Square Enix plans on showing the likes of Forspoken or Final Fantasy 16.
But nothing's been finalized as of yet.
A free demo goes live today on the Nintendo eShop.