Trials of Mana day one update detailed

Choose your dash method.

Trials of Mana

Square Enix has detailed the version 1.01 update for Trials of Mana, which is due out alongside the game’s release on April 24.

  • Added the “Dash Method” option – This allows you to choose from one of the following three dash methods:
    • Normal – Press the dash button to enter the dash state. To return to normal speed, either press the button again, stop moving, or enter battle.
    • Continuous – Press the dash button to enter the dash state. Return to normal speed is only possible by pressing the button again. Otherwise, you will remain in the dash state even after you stop and move again, or after the end of a battle.
    • Automatic – Automatically enters the dash state after one second of movement.
  • Minor bug fixes, etc.

(The PC version does not include this update in the base product. It will still need to download and apply the update after the base product has been installed.)

Trials of Mana is due out worldwide for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC via Steam on April 24. A demo with transferable save data is available now across all platforms. Read more about the game here, here, and here. Read our interview with the producers here.

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