Trials of Mana launches on April 24, 2020, for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam; TGS 2019 trailer
Update (September 5)
Square Enix has sent along new character art for both playable and secondary characters, alongside a quick description for each. Find them here.
Original (September 4)
During today's Direct stream, Nintendo and Square Enix announced that the Trials of Mana remake will release on April 24, 2020, for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam.
A new Tokyo Game Show 2019 trailer for the game was also released, featuring the English voices for the first time. The trailer touches on elements already familiar to those who have played the original version of the game, such as branching storylines depending on which of the six characters you choose to play as, as well as the Light/Dark class branching system.
The game will also offer Japanese voices, and both language versions of the trailer can be found below.
At E3 2019, we had a chance to speak with Masaru Oyamada, the producer of Collection of Mana and Shinichi Tatsuke, the producer of the Trials of Mana remake, to discuss the series and its future. You can find our interview here.
- Duran – A young swordsman from the kingdom of Valsena.
- Angela – A rebellious princess of Altena, kingdom of magicians.
- Kevin – Son of the king of the Ferolian beastmen.
- Charlotte – Half-elf young maiden of Holy City Wendel.
- Hawkeye – Noble thief of the Nevarlan thief guild
- Riesz – Highborn captain of Laurent's Amazon guard.
- Faerie – Spiritual seed of the Tree of Mana.
- Crimson Wizard – A talented magician with untold dark power.
- Goremand – Demonic devourer of human souls.
- Belladonna – Faithful servant of His Dark Majesty