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Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince Gets a Confirmed Release Date

After a new trailer put out by Frozenbyte Games, it was revealed that Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince will be out on October 8th. This puts the release at exactly two months from today.

The trailer shows us gameplay features introduced in E3 footage, as well as changes to multiplayer. All of the new skills presented are Pontius’s floating shield, Zoya’s fairy rope, and Amadeus’s teleport.

Unlike in the previous three Trine games, co-op multiplayer will extend to up to four players. Each hero has an alternate appearance for when they are selected by multiple players at once. Half of the recolours for each hero feature them without headgear; if you ever wondered what Pontius looked like under his helmet, now’s your chance to find out.

Building on from previous installments, Trine 4 has an even greater level of detail in a hugely diverse range of scenery. Players, old and new, may need to spend time admiring the aesthetics on each level.

Watch the trailer below:

Trine 4 will be available on PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch.

The game is ready for pre-order individually or as part of the Trine Ultimate Collection. Retail copies of the game contain a physical world map, which are available for pre-order in the UK from Amazon or GAME.

Check out our breakdown of Trine 4 gameplay from E3 HERE

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