Trine: Enchanted Edition Coming to Wii U Tomorrow

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Trine: Enchanted Edition Comes to the Wii U Tomorrow

Questing under the rainbow.

Nintendo fans might be familiar with Frozenbyte’s launch title for the Wii U, Trine 2: Director’s Cut. It’s a beautiful looking game where you control 3 protagonists with different abilities that you can switch at any time to solve puzzles and defeat enemies. It was well received and was eventually released on PC and PS4 as Trine 2: Complete Edition. 

Now, the original game is being released on Thursday, March 12th, in North America as Trine: Enchanted Edition. It tells the origin story of the 3 main characters, Amadeus the Wizard, Zoya the Thief and Pontius the Knight. Players need to constantly change between all three to find the best way to solve puzzles or they can team up with up to two other players in local or online multiplayer.

Best of all, Frozenbyte has announced a permanent 20% discount if you bought Trine 2: Director’s Cut. In case Enchanted Edition is your first game in the series, the discount also applies to the sequel. The standard price of the game is $14.99, so it’s a pretty good deal.

Check out the launch trailer below and tell us if you plan on buying the game or if you’re a fan of the series in the comments.

SOURCE: Press Release

About Daniel Velázquez

Daniel fell in love with video games during the mid-eighties when The Legend of Zelda came into his life. Since then, gaming has been his constant. Now a bit older and somewhat wiser, he teaches psychology and studies the benefits of gaming in the digital and cardboard world.