Trials Of Mana Character Trailer Introduces Kevin and Charlotte

Trials of Mana’s new character spotlight trailer introduces a beasty boi and superstitious scaredy-cat.

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A new trailer for Trials of Mana has been released, introducing two more of the upcoming RPG’s six playable protagonists, Kevin and Charlotte.

Kevin is heir to the throne of Ferolia. His father is the king of the beastmen. However, his missing mother was human. While Kevin’s father trained him to be a powerful fighter, this came at the detriment of his social skills. He is unused to conversing with humans, which at times makes him difficult to comprehend. Charlotte, on the other hand, is the granddaughter of Wendel’s Priest of Light, and her elfin blood keeps her looking younger than her years. Due to her girlish looks, Charlotte has always been coddled by the people who raised her. Though she has a bubbly personality, she’s also known for being superstitious and easy to scare.

The new trailer highlights Kevin, the heir to the throne of the Beast Kingdom of Ferolia, and Charlotte, granddaughter to Wendel’s Priest of Light.

Watch them in action in the trailer below:

Released initially as Seiken Densetsu 3 in 1995 for the Super Famicom, Trials of Mana is a complete reimagining of Square’s 16-bit epic featuring redone 3D visuals and many other enhancements including voiced characters, more conversation interludes, and a remastered soundtrack. The game will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC on April 24, 2020.


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