One game we've been keeping a close eye on for some time now is Square Enix's upcoming turn-based tactical RPG, Triangle Strategy. It's due out at some point in 2022, exclusively on the Nintendo Switch.
While we've already seen quite a bit of it - and even played an early demo of the game, Square Enix has now released its first "character & story" trailer focused on Roland Glenbrook. Although it's in Japanese, it provides another look at a number of fresh screenshots from the game and even some battle sequences.
As documented on the unofficial Triangle Strategy wiki page, Roland is the son of King Regna of the Glenbrook Kingdom. If you played the demo, you might have noticed the following about the character:
"Throughout the demo of Triangle Strategy, Roland behaves quite honorably, if not a little blindsightedly. He bears a deep vendetta against Avlora and King Gustadolph for his kingdom's usurpal, and would battle with them at any oppurtunity. Lastly, Roland has a selfless side, as shown by him offering to give himself to the Grand Duchy in exchange for the Wolffort Demesnes' safety."
When Triangle Strategy is eventually released, it promises to feature around 50 hours of gameplay and multiple endings. It's also got stunningly unique HD-2D graphics and has been developed by the team behind Octopath Traveler, which is why it probably looks familiar.
Square Enix also shared a localised overview trailer last month. Here it is if you didn't catch it:
Will you be trying this game out when it lands on the Nintendo Switch next year? Tell us down below.