Visions of Mana

Visions of Mana is coming to PC on August 29th, and it will have Denuvo

Square Enix has announced that Visions of Mana will be released on PC on August 29th. To celebrate this announcement, the publisher has also shared a new trailer that you can find below.

The new trailer reveals new playable characters and gameplay features that players will encounter on their exciting journey.

Visions of Mana is a brand-new story and mainline entry to the Mana series. The game will follow the journey of Val, a newly appointed soul guard who is tasked with accompanying his childhood friend, Hinna, a chosen alm to the Tree of Mana.

In Visions of Mana, players will be able to build their own three-person dream team while in battle, switching between the five playable characters. These playable characters are Val, Careena, Morley, Palamena, and Julei. Moreover, there will be supporting companions, such as Ramcoh, Aesh and Hinna.

The new trailer also provides a closer look at some of the latest gameplay features, including the Elemental Vessels, the mystical artifacts that house the power of the elements within them. Players can use the Elemental Vessels to change classes and gain new abilities during battles. With each character possessing their own specific class for each Elemental Vessel, players can customise their team line up to enjoy a flexible, fast-paced fighting style. Visions of Mana also sees the return of the series staple in-battle Ring Menu, allowing players to pause combat and plan out their next move. Elemental triggers can also be found throughout the vibrant world and used to unlock new places to explore and find hidden items on the map.

Players can even sail the sea or soar above the clouds with their travel companions, Vuscav and Flammie. By summoning these trusty companions, players will easily be able to traverse across the open waters and the world map.

To the surprise of no one, the game will be also using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. Since this is Square Enix, this shouldn’t come as a surprise. Still, we do know that SE has removed Denuvo from its older titles. Thus, we can assume that in a year the publisher will remove it from Visions of Mana.

Finally, Square Enix hasn’t revealed yet the game’s official PC system requirements.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

Visions of Mana | Launch Date Trailer