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Trials of Mana will be reborn on April 24, 2020

Originally released in Japan as Seiken Densetsu 3 and localized as part of the Collection of Mana, Trials of Mana will see a remastered version released in April of next year for the Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, and PC via Steam. This means that people who passed on The Collection of Mana because they already owned or played either the Secret of Mana, original or Remaster version, of Final Fantasy Adventure can now pick up Trials of Mana by itself. Trials of Mana is a bit more open ended than either Final Fantasy Adventure or Secret of Mana so there is a lot more replayability to Trials of Mana than to previous entries in the series.
Trials of Mana from The Collection of Mana
Seiken Densetsu 3 was one of the most desired SNES games for RPG fans, so it is a shame that it took over 24 years before we got an official English language version of the game. This is especially shameful as an unofficial English language version of the game was released over 19 years ago. Hopefully, Square Enix doesn't make us wait much longer for an English version of Liv-A-Live.
Trials of Mana remastered
If you pre-order the game or purchase it before May 21st 2020 then you will receive a Rabite Adornment DLC that increases the amount of EXP. you receive until you hit level 10. There is no word if this is the only DLC the game is going to have or if there will be additional boost type DLC planned for this game. You can check out the latest trailer, as of this articles publication, below.

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