Trine 3 coming to PS4 before Christmas

Frozenbyte bringing 3D platformer to PlayStation.

Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power

Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power is coming to PlayStation 4 before Christmas, developer Frozenbyte announced.

Here’s the full rundown, via the PlayStation Blog:

Overview

Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power is a 3D platforming game set in a beautiful fantasy world of vivid colors, and is also a mixture of puzzles, adventure and action. You’re playing with three distinct characters, a Wizard specialized in conjuring boxes and levitation, a stout-hearted Knight with powerful fighting abilities, and an elusive Thief, great at fighting from afar with her bow and at overcoming obstacles with her grappling hook. Each character will help you in different ways on your action-packed journey.

The story starts off with the Heroes growing tired of their duties. They try to return their extraordinary gifts to the Artifact called Trine, and so they meddle with powers beyond their understanding: Trine shatters and a heartless ancient sorcerer escapes. With only a broken artefact to guide them, the heroes must try and repair the damage they’ve caused… or the damage that might yet be done.

Key Features

  • A beautiful 3D fantasy world with seven story-driven chapters and 11 puzzle-solving, skill-focused Lost Pages
  • Three playable characters, Pontius the Knight, Zoya the Thief and Amadeus the Wizard, each with their own skills and unique abilities
  • Share a couch! Local co-op multiplayer support for up to three players
  • Full HD 1080p with 60 FPS
  • Support for stereoscopic 3D (720p)
  • Mesmerising soundtrack by award-winning composer Ari Pulkkinen
  • Full language support for English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, and Brazilian-Portuguese, and subtitle support for Italian, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Simplified Chinese and Finnish

Trine 3 launched for PC on August 30.

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