The highly anticipated HD remake Trials of Mana is out now on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Originally released in Japan as Seiken Densetsu 3 in 1995, Trials of Mana offers a modern take on the third game in the original Mana series.
Trials of Mana has been fully remade from the ground up. The remake’s crisp, modern visuals retain the classic appearance of each character. The transition from 2D to 3D graphics means that the combat system had to be reworked as well. Trials of Mana now offers a tactical combat system that features fast-paced action and engaging combos.
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In the Trials of Mana remake, players can choose who they want to play as their main character. Players can also select two companions for their party from six unique characters. The story will pan out in different ways depending on who the player chooses to bring along on their journey.
The new class change system offers yet another way to build your party and customize the game to suit your play style. With over 300 different abilities to learn and numerous class upgrades, players can embark on a uniquely tailored adventure with replayability to boot.
The remake has plenty of secrets in store, even for those who played the original game from 1995. Upon finishing Trials of Mana, players will unlock a new playable chapter that was not available in the original release. The chapter also features new unlockable classes and another challenger to face.
Trials of Mana is out now on PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. Those who played the Trials of Mana demo can continue their save files into full game. Physical and digital versions of Trials of Mana purchased prior to May 21 for PS4 and Switch will also come with the Rabite Adornment DLC, which offers an EXP boost up to level 10. Likewise, the DLC will be available as an exclusive wallpaper set on Steam for those who purchase by the May 21 cut-off date.