Progress in the demo for Trials of Mana will carry over to the full release next month.
JRPG fans hoping to get an early taste of Trials of Mana ahead of its launch next month are in luck. The game’s developer Square-Enix has announced the game’s demo will be available to download tomorrow, March 18 on the PlayStation Store, Nintendo eShop, and Steam.
According to Gematsu, the demo, which was first confirmed on the official Japanese Seiken Densetsu Twitter account, will allow players to choose their starting party and play up to the game’s first boss encounter against the Fullmetal Hugger.
Players will be able to transfer the progress made in the Trials of Mana demo to the full version of the game.
Trials of Mana is a complete remake of Seiken Densetsu 3, which launched in Japan in 1995 for the Super Famicom. The game features a full 3D overhaul, revamped combat system, and a story that follows six unique protagonists, each with their own sub-stories.
You can watch the final Asian trailer for the game below:
The game will be releasing on the PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC on April 24.
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