Triangle Strategy Final Trailer Revealed

Demo revealed!

Triangle Strategy Final Trailer was recently revealed during the Nintendo Direct event today.

This is now the final trailer for this upcoming tactical RPG as the release date draws near. It announced a few things including the new demo that will be available today in the Nintendo eShop. The save data from the demo can be transferred to the full game if they wish to have it.

Check out the finer details via the Nintendo Store below:

The protagonist Serenoa and his allies will be engulfed in the conflict among the three nations. Your choices and conviction will determine their fate.

Your decisions make the difference

Strategically command a group of warriors after being entangled in a surging conflict between three nations. Key choices you make will influence the story and outcome of this grand conflict. The stunning HD-2D visual style blends 3D environments and modern effects with pixel-art characters and details.

Command forces

Recruit over 20 playable characters with distinct skills. Steer your party of warriors in a tangled plot where control of the realm is at stake.

Challenge convictions

Each decision you make will bolster one of three convictions—Utility, Morality, or Liberty—which together make up Serenoa’s worldview and influence who will join you and lend their talents to your army. You can play through the game multiple times to see how other choices impact the adventure.

Strategically secure victory

Maneuver characters around multi-tiered battlefields to gain the upper hand. Use the terrain to your advantage by flanking enemies, or link elemental attacks to cause massive damage. Level up your recruits to secure new abilities and upgrades.

Prepare well

In between skirmishes, you can freely move about to explore battlefields and scout for advantages. Back at your encampment, you can check in with your allies, acquire items, take on mock battles, obtain quietuses, and more.

Triangle Strategy launches on March 4, 2022. It will be released exclusively on Nintendo Switch.

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