Trials Of Mana Remake Coming To Mobile

On the 30th anniversary of Mana Livestream, it was announced that the 2020 remake  Trials of Mana will be launching on iOS and Android on July 15.

The App Store states that the game will support touch controls but there’s nothing as of yet regarding controller support. It could be akin to Genshin Impact which implemented it post-launch. However, Android users are still waiting on that update. There are also auto-battle, camera, and target options, graphics quality settings, and pre-order bonuses.

If you order it now, you can get an experience boost until level 17 and cloud saves support. It’s not too big, either, sitting at 6.7GB. You can download the game’s data from the title screen or after you beat the first boss. To boot, it’s cheaper than its console counterpart at a price of $23.99. 

Trials of Mana is a remake of Seiken Densetsu 3 which received its first-ever English release with the Nintendo Switch’s Collection of Mana. That was in 2019, a year before the remake.

The latest rendition is 3D, fully voiced in Japanese and English, and allows for you to swap between the original and new soundtrack. All of these features and implementations will be coming to the mobile version as it’s a port of the 2020 release and not the original.

On top of that, a new Mana game was revealed to be in development. However, that’s all we know about it so far. Meanwhile, a mobile game called Echoes of Mana was also said to be underway for 2022.

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