Trials of Mana 1.01 Update Revealed!

April 24, 2020 at 3:08 AM in Digital Download News, Gaming News with no comments
Trials of Mana 1.01 Update  

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The Trials of Mana 1.01 update or day one patch has been revealed! The game is the 3D remake of the 1995 classic RPG Seiken Densetsu 3.

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Trials of Mana Nintendo Switch

Square Enix shared the details of the Trials of Mana 1.01 update or day one patch via Twitter and we have for you the details below:

Added the “Dash Method” option – This allows you to choose from one of the following three dash methods:

  •  Normal – Press the dash button to enter the dash state. To return to normal speed, either press the button again, stop moving, or enter battle.
  •  Continuous – Press the dash button to enter the dash state. Return to normal speed is only possible by pressing the button again. Otherwise, you will remain in the dash state even after you stop and move again, or after the end of a battle.
  •  Automatic – Automatically enters the dash state after one second of movement.

Minor bug fixes, etc.

(The PC version does not include this update in the base product. It will still need to download and apply the update after the base product has been installed.)

Put a stop to the monsters of destruction called the Benevodens. To do this you must be the first ones to locate the legendary Mana Sword. The game is set in a high fantasy world.

This remake comes with graphic improvements, character voiceover support, a new class as well as a new leveling system, and also a new episode right after you finish the game.

If you would first want to try out the game first, a demo is available up until May 27th. Once you’ve decided to buy the full game all your progress can be transferred and nome of your efforts will be lost.

Trials of Mana is available on April 24, 2020. The game can be played on PC and PlayStation 4. The demo is also available on all the platforms mentioned.


Trials of Mana Remake Won’t Have Co-op


The 3D remake of the third game of the Mana series, Trials of Mana will be launching soon and the developers gave an explanation as to why they have removed the co-op option from the game.

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