Trillion: God of Destruction launches March 29 in North America, April 1 in Europe

New screenshots of PS Vita strategy RPG introduce Levia.

Trillion: God of Destruction

Trillion: God of Destruction will launch both physically and digitally for PS Vita in North America on March 29 and in Europe on April 1, Idea Factory International announced.

Pre-orders are available at GameStop, Amazon, EBGames.ca, GAME, and Amazon UK.

In addition to the announcement, Idea Factory International released the game’s North American cover art and new screenshots highlighting character Levia:

Levia holds the Crest of Envy and is Zeabolos’ childhood friend. Fiercely loyal to Zeabolos (almost to the point of obsession), she chooses to fight for him to take vengeance against Trillion for harming her friend. When she’s around others, she respectfully refers to Zeabolos as “Great Overlord,” but when they’re alone she’s a lot more forward. However, she definitely lives up to the Crest of Envy when she sees Zeabolos talking with anyone else.

Read more about Trillion: God of Destruction here.

View the screenshots and box art at the gallery.

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