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TRIALS of MANA has sold one million copies worldwide

Square Enix announced that sales of Trials of Mana, the full-3D remake of the beloved classic, have surpassed one million units worldwide. To commemorate the milestone, the team released a brand-new illustration for fans, featuring the vibrant cast of characters celebrating the game’s success.

Originally released in Japan as Seiken Densetsu 3 in 1995, Trials of Mana is a full, high-definition remake of the third entry in the classic Mana series. Players can craft varying experiences by selecting a party of three from six unique protagonists as they embark on the adventure of a lifetime, upgrading their characters’ classes into more powerful forms, learning over 300 different abilities, and discovering a world of secrets and mysteries to explore.

Additionally, after finishing the game, players can discover an exciting new playable chapter not found in the original release. Players can also unlock brand-new classes, and challenge a powerful new threat.

Square Enix also recently released Patch 1.1.0 in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the original game. This patch featured a number of game content updates and additions for players, such as a new “No Future” difficulty mode, additional New Game Plus options and more.

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