There’s another Trine sequel on the way and this time developer Frozenbyte is opening the floor for three-dimensional game mechanics. Up until now the popular platformer has kept its quirky brand of fantasy action locked within a 2D plane as players explore luscious landscape and solve a variety of puzzles.
Although much of Trine’s root DNA has been preserved, as the video above shows, the addition of three-dimensional movement brings a fresh dynamic to the table. Not only that, it gives players another angle from which to view its glorious vistas.
Trine 3: The Artifacts of Powers is currently slated for a PC launch some time this year. With the first two titles having also launched on consoles, we wouldn’t be surprised to see Trine 3 make a similar transition soon after its debut.