Trials Of Mana To Get A Demo For Nintendo Switch On March 18
Trials of Mana is releasing for Nintendo Switch next month on April 24
Square Enix is gearing up to bring the 3D remake of Trials of Mana to Nintendo Switch. The highly anticipated remake will be releasing next month on April 24. However, fans of the Trials of Mana in Japan can get their hands on a playable demo if the game on March 18 for Nintendo Switch.
Square Enix has announced through Twitter that a Trials of Mana demo will be releasing in Japan tomorrow. As per a tweet by Japanese Nintendo, “Trials of Mana demo will be available in Japan on March 18”. In addition, the page also added that, “The Japanese demo will support English btw.”
However, to download this demo, players will need to have access to the Japanese eShop. To do this, players can either create a new account or adjust their location settings accordingly.
The Trials of Mana demo will allow players to get a feel of the game. Like Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition, the Trials of Mana demo will allow players to experience the game right up to the first boss fight. This gives players about one and a half hour of gameplay. Players will also be able to transfer their demo progress over to the full game. It features six main characters and will allow players to dive into their origin stories before the game is released.
The original Trials of Mana was a 1995 action role-playing game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix). It was known as Seiken Densetsu 3 before 2019. It was the sequel to the 1993 game Secret of Mana, and was the third installment in the Mana series.
Trials of Mana is releasing for Nintendo Switch next month on April 24.
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