Trials of Mana has a demo, and it's out right now. The demo for the remake of the classic RPG is available on PC, PS4, and Nintendo Switch.
To download the demo on any of the three platforms available, just click the relevant link in the announcement tweet from the official Trials of Mana Twitter account below. All progress made in the demo of the game will carry over to the final version of Trials of Mana, but only if you're playing on the same platform come release, since the game doesn't support cross-save.
Today we're releasing a #TrialsofMana demo & your save data will carry over to the full game!- Mana Series (@ManaGame) March 18, 2020
Begin your journey and defend the world from the forces of darkness! #NintendoSwitch https://t.co/ffS2KDEcja#Steam https://t.co/YQzowdST4o#PS4 https://t.co/pNe3GiGDo2 pic.twitter.com/XjPNqWzcmG
Just recently, Kat played a slice of Trials of Mana for herself. It's shaping up to be a pretty impressive remake of the original game, standing head and shoulders over the upgrade treatment that Secret of Mana recently received. Additionally, you can see footage of how the original Trials of Mana compares with the remake in Kat's preview. Back during Gamescom last year I also played a portion of the remake, and asked the developers how they felt about the fan translation of the original game.
Trials of Mana releases on PS4, PC, and Nintendo Switch on April 24. It might not be the most high profile release of Spring 2020, but there's certainly reason to look forward to the pleasant remake.