Trials of Mana will come to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam worldwide on April 24, 2020. Collection of Mana is available immediately worldwide on Nintendo Switch, containing the first three titles in the Mana series.

Square-Enix Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Trials of Mana Series with a Concert

A concert titled, “Seiken Densetsu 3 25th Anniversary Orchestra Concert,” will be held by Square-Enix to celebrate the 25 years of the Mana series. The concert will take place in Japan on May 10th, 2020 at Orchard Hall, Shibuya City, Tokyo, Japan, with an afternoon and evening performance ideally planned.

The concert will also likely be used as a promotion for the upcoming remake, “Trials of Mana,” being released on April 24th, 2020. The original game was released in Japan as Seiken Densetu 3 on the Super Famicom. It was the sequel to the 1993 game, Secret of Mana, and is the third installment in the Mana series.

The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra will be performing at the concert, along with Hiroki Kikuta, who did work on the original Trials of Mana .

Confirm songs include:

  • “Where Angel Fear to Tread”
  • “Meridian Child”
  • “Evening Star”
  • “Little Sweet Café”
  • “Splash Hop~Can You Fly Sister?”
  • “Decision Bell”

Tickets are priced at 9,000 yen or 13,000 yen with six pictured souvenir character pins. They will also be available through lottery system at the Square-Enix e-Store.

The remake for Trials of Mana is coming on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC on April 24, 2020. You can pre-order them through Amazon for $49.99 USD from the links below:

Nintendo Switch

PlayStation 4

PC (Digital Copy)

If you want to experience the classic first three games of the series, the Collection of Mana is already out on the Nintendo Switch.

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