Trinity Fusion

Platform(s): PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X
Genre: Platformer
Developer: Angry Mob Games
Release Date: 2023

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'Trinity Fusion' Also Comes to Xbox Consoles, Kicks Off 2nd Wave Of PC Closed Beta - Trailer

by Rainier on Dec. 6, 2022 @ 6:00 a.m. PST

Trinity Fusion is a action/roguelite platformer where you explore dark, sci-fi worlds and engage in fast-paced, smooth and precise combat.

Take control of your parallel selves on a mission to save the dying multiverse!

Trinity Fusion will see players engaging in slick and stylish combat as they travel across multiple realities on a quest to save a multiverse on the edge of total collapse.

Set across three shattered versions of the game's world, Trinity Fusion casts players in the role of the Hitchhiker, psychically linked to her parallel selves to coordinate the attempt to stitch their different realities together. Each reality comes not only with its own unique challenges, but a version of your character with their own weapons and abilities. Deploy equipment that afflicts enemies with status effects, deal heavy bursts of damage at a distance with ranged weapons or brawl up close with blades and hammers!

Stages are a mix of procedurally-generated and hand-crafted levels. As the player travels through each universe, levels and biomes will merge depending on the route the player takes, encouraging multiple playthroughs to see the various ways the worlds can be combined.

Make difficult choices with dozens of unique weapons from Wrist Claws to Rocket Launchers, with elemental weapon variants adding further variety. Mods with different activation conditions can dramatically change the decision-making process mid-run. Do you spend your money at the shop on a slightly better weapon, or do you hold onto it for now, knowing one of your mods gives you a better critical hit chance based on how rich you are? While you’ll lose much of your gear upon death, there are plenty of permanent upgrades available, so no matter where you die, you’re making progress somewhere. 

Indie developer Angry Mob Games is excited to announce that Trinity Fusion will be coming to Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One alongside a public demo.

Springboarding off their ongoing PC Closed Beta with the second wave of invites going out today, Xbox players can rejoice as they can join in on the action in the demo to experience what is coming on the console during the Winter Game Fest (December 6 - 12th).

Sign-ups for the beta are still open at the official Trinity Fusion webpage.

Key Features:

  • A Journey Through the Multiverse - Fight through a combination of procedurally-generated levels and hand-crafted stages and arenas that will put your skills to the test. The 3D graphics and dark sci-fi aesthetic combine to create an engrossing world of hostile opponents and decayed futurescapes.
  • High-Intensity Combat - Utilize sophisticated weapon designs and attack systems that leverage Angry Mob Games’ previous experience in the fighting-game genre. You’ll slide, dash and dodge between enemy attacks and strike back with an arsenal of satisfying special weapons and abilities. 
  • Three Heroines, Three Universes - Each of the Hitchhiker’s parallel selves has her own world with multiple biomes to explore. Travel through a universe of desolate wastes and caverns roamed by mutant creatures, escape the endless forges and laboratories of a world ruled by machines, and survive the dangerous sky cities of a post-human society.
  • Continuous Progression - Unlock permanent upgrades in the Hub and discover new starting points for your run as you reclaim major locations in each universe. Finding yourself getting stuck in one area? Start your next run in a different reality!

Trinity Fusion is coming to PC (Steam) and consoles in 2023.


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