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The Latest Trials of Mana Trailer Looks at How Its Heroes Handle Themselves in a Fight

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A new Trials of Mana trailer has appeared, and this time it’s a substantial one. With this almost four minute video, people can see how many of the installment’s gameplay elements come together. It goes over forming a party of three characters, using special skills, learning Chain Abilities, and even picking classes.

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The Trials of Mana trailer begins with a bit of a summary. It shows how people will choose three of the six available heroes for their party. Then, it mentions that there are eight Mana Stones the group will eventually need to visit, to gain the power of elemental spirits.

After that, it looks at what it’ll be like to head into a fight. First, there’s some general gameplay footage of characters using some of the 300 abilities present in the game. After that, it moves on to look at the Chain Abilities people can learn via training and equip and the different classes characters can switch to in order to become more adept warriors.

Here’s the new Trials of Mana trailer.

Trials of Mana will come to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC on April 24, 2020. People who buy it before May 21, 2020 get an experience-boosting Rabite Adornment on all platforms, while PC versions also get a wallpaper set. Previously, elements like gardening, Goddess Scales, and third-tier classes were discussed.

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