FuRyu’s RPG Trinity Trigger gets Western release window

Publisher Marvelous Game announces a Trinity Trigger release window for the new Switch-bound action RPG to come to Europe and Australia

A screenshot from Trinity Trigger showing a blonde-haired boy with a blue coat with rolled up sleeves, holding arms out as a sword floats in front of him.

While it’s already out in Japan, Marvelous announced that FuRyu’s recent action RPG Trinity Trigger is coming to Europe and Australia early in 2023. With character art by Raita Kazama of Xenoblade fame, it’s shaping up to be an exciting throwback with a prestigious roster of designers.

There’s also world-building artist Yuki Nobuteru (Secret of Mana), scenario writer Yura Kubota (Octopath Traveler), and composer Hiroki Kikuta (Secret of Mana) in the credits list. When the Trinity Trigger release date does roll around, we’ll get a look at what all this talent culminates in.

The game takes inspiration from 90s RPGs and puts you in the shoes of three young heroes to hack and slash your way with fast-paced combat and role-playing elements. There’s also local co-op so you can team up with friends and do some dungeon crawling, explore the world of Trinitia, and solve some puzzles.

When is the Trinity Trigger release date?

We don’t yet have an exact Trinity Trigger release date, but publisher Marvelous has announced that it’s coming to Europe and Australia in early 2023. You can check out the announcement trailer below.

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While we wait for the Trinity Trigger release date, why not check out our Rune Factory 5 review to see why we called it “the grandma of videogames”?