New exclusive details on its gameplay and mechanics.
Hello readers of PlayStation Blog! My name is Craig, I’m one of the designers at Angry Mob Games, and I’d like to introduce you all to our latest project.
Trinity Fusion is a sci-fi action rogue-lite where the only way to save the Multiverse is to end it. We’ve been hard at work getting the game ready for its PlayStation debut, and we’re very excited to finally announce that the game is coming to both PS4 and PS5!
About Trinity Fusion
Trinity Fusion is a 2.5D action rogue-lite set in a doomed, man-made multiverse. In it, you’ll play as Maya, a woman psychically connected with her three parallel selves.
Their worlds are falling apart around them, and you’re the key element in a plan to reconnect them, fusing each of their scattered worlds back together into one stable whole.
The combat experience
Trinity Fusion is all about great-feeling combat. It’s a dance of slashes and dodges punctuated with satisfying special moves. We’re taking everything we learned from building our previous fighting game, Brawlout, and applying it to a purely PvE experience.
Each of your alternate selves have their own set of unique abilities and weapons to help them fight through their worlds. As their worlds fuse, so will your alternate selves, granting you access to the abilities and weapons from each of your combined selves at the same time. This can allow you to mix and match the strengths of each character’s unique weapon set, or unlock new abilities that none of the base characters have access to.
A deep, universe-hopping backstory
How did the multiverse end up in such a dire situation? Who are these people and machines that oppose you? Learn the backstory of the multiverse by speaking with the diverse cast of characters in the Citadel, Trinity Fusion’s hub world, and uncover hints of the darker side of its history as you explore the multiverse for yourself.
These rich characters and lore are created in collaboration with award-winning poet and sci-fi novelist Ada Hoffmann, writer of The Outside, The Fallen and The Infinite (which we are avid fans of).
As you progress through the story, you’ll unlock new starting points throughout the multiverse. We want players to be able to make it to the end of the story if they stick with it, so even if you don’t manage to make story progress on a particular run, you’ll regularly find currencies that you can spend on permanent upgrades each time you return to the Citadel.
Step out into the Multiverse on PS4 and PS5 later this year
We’re excited to finally confirm that the game is coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 in 2023. Check out our website for more news as we get closer to release, and we’ll see you in the multiverse.