Upcoming FuRyu Game Leaked ‘Trinity Trigger’; September 2022 Japan PS5, PS4 & Switch Release, Screenshots & Box Art

The countdown website for publisher FuRyu and developer Three Rings’ newest upcoming title is still ongoing, with two days remaining. However, recently removed store listings from retailer Biccamera has revealed the game’s full name to be Trinity Trigger, releasing in Japan for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch on September 15, 2022.

Prospective players can look forward to an isometric action RPG experience with eight swappable weapon types that must all be utilized to achieve victory adequately. Further, there are over 60 maps boasting non-linear progression and townspeople interaction for various discoveries.

As revealed on the countdown website, the involved staff comprises Hiroki Kikuta for the soundtrack, Raita Kazama for character design, Nobuteru Yuuki for world design, and Yuura Kubota for scenario writing. Additionally, the title will be playable with 1-3 people.

New screenshots and the official box art were revealed via the removed store listings, viewable via our gallery below—credit to Gematsu for spotting this info.

This upcoming game was initially teased four days ago.

The FurYu developed Crystar recently launched for Switch. Check out our review.

Crystar is an action RPG that has players assume the role of Rei Hatada, who is trying to revive her dead younger sister Mirai Hatada. Evidently, she makes a deal with the devil and must now fight the souls of those who have drifted into limbo.

The game revolves around the power of crying, which lends assistance to the characters and allows them to purify weapons and gain specific stat boosts. Enemies in the game will appear who must be defeated by crying and using the character’s lack of mental stability as a weapon. The Switch version will include all the DLC previously released.


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