Trinity Trigger
Image: FuRyu

Following on from the accidental leak earlier this week, a demo for the new action RPG Trinity Trigger has now been released on the Nintendo Switch eShop in Japan. Although it's mostly in Japanese, you can still get an idea of how it plays.

This new game published by FuRyu and developed by Three Rings is due out on 15th September in Japan. There's no word (at least yet) about a local release.

As we've previously mentioned here on Nintendo Life, this game is definitely worth a look if you're a fan of the RPG genre - with a bumper list of RPG veterans working on the project, who have previously contributed to games like Chrono Cross, the Xenoblade Chronicles series, Bravely Default, Secret of Mana and even the Pokémon series.

The development team hopes to capture the feeling of "excitement, elevation and tension" and revive the "90s era of RPG classics for the modern age". You can learn a bit more about this upcoming release in our existing coverage:

Here's a full showcase of the demo, courtesy of the YouTube channel justonegamr:

Does this look like your kind of game? Will you be checking out the demo? Leave a comment down below.