Trials of Mana will have a demo out on March 18th, 2020. In other words, fans of the upcoming JRPG can take it for a free spin. This demo will be available across PC via Steam, PS4, and Switch.
For those of you keeping up with Trials of Mana shouldn’t be surprised that a demo is nearly live. Back in early February, we reported that a demo was in the works and now it’s almost up for PC and home consoles.
And as of today, Square Enix has released a new video trailer showing off what Trials of Mana demo will have to offer as of tomorrow. The following videos are the same where one is dubbed, and the other isn’t:
“The demo begins with your chosen hero’s opening chapter as they set out into the world, companions at their side. Culminating in the battle with the dreaded Fullmetal Hugger, this taste of the full quest to come guarantees no shortage of thrilling content. Which party members you take on this adventure is entirely up to you. Also note you will be able to seamlessly resume your journey in the retail version using save data from the demo.”
As noted above, the demo begins with you choosing a hero and experiencing one of the six opening chapters. From here, you will set out into the world with your companions.
The demo will end with you and your team taking on the Fullmetal Hugger. Although the demo will end there, your journey and save data won’t — given that you will be able to seamlessly resume your journey in the retail version using said data from the demo.
Lastly, you can expect to go hands-on with the demo version of Trials of Mana on March 18th or experience the full version on April 24th, 2020, across PC via Steam, PS4, and Switch.