Today Frozenbyte revealed the third installment in their co-op puzzle platforming series Trine. Titled Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power, the game will continue the story of the Three Heroes as they embark on a brand new adventure. Details are limited right now, but the announcement trailer offers a glimpse at what the game will look like. Check it out after the jump.
Trine 3 will launch later this year, initially on PC. While it has not been announced for Xbox platforms, it’s worth noting that the past installments of the series did make their way to consoles.
It was revealed last month that physics based, puzzle-platformer, Trine 2 would receive a large DLC expansion later this year. More details surfaced when Frozenbyte Marketing Director Mikael Haveri …
Trine 2 was developed Frozenbyte and published by Atlus. It was released on December 21, 2011 for 1200 MSP. A copy of the game was provided for review purposes.
Back in 2009, Finnish developer Frozenbyte launched their physics based puzzle-platformer, Trine. The game caught the eye of many gamers and now two years later, Trine 2 has launched looking to build on the first game’s success. Leaning on its familiar blend of beautiful backdrops, character switching, and physics based puzzles, Trine 2 brings our heroes from the first game back and sets them off on a new quest to save the game’s mystical universe. But just who are these heroes and why are they important? Each character brings something unique to the game. Pontius, the knight is the warrior of the group who spends most of his time doing what he does best; fighting. Amadeus, the wizard spends his time using magic manipulating the environment. Finally, there’s Zora, a thief who excels at moving from place to place quickly and efficiently and also happens to wield a bow. Three completely different characters with completely different skill sets. If you’ve ever wondered what throwing three playable characters, physics, platforming, a gorgeous and mesmerizing fantasy world, and lots of puzzles into a blender yields, the answer is Trine 2. For better or worse, the answer is Trine 2.