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Triangle Strategy for Nintendo Switch Reveals Box Art by Naoki Ikushima for Japan

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Triangle Strategy for Nintendo Switch Reveals Box Art by Naoki Ikushima for Japan

Today the Japanese arm of Square Enix revealed via press release the box art of its tactics JRPG Triangle Strategy.

The art is by Naoki Ikushima, who worked on the game as character designer. He is also well known for covering the same role within the development team of Octopath Traveler and Bravely Default II.

The art portrays a foreboding battlefield landscape surveyed by the lone figure of hero Serenoa Wolffort.

You can check it out below, keeping in mind that it has not been confirmed for the west yet.

Triangle Strategy releases for Nintendo Switch on March 4, 2021. If you want to learn more, you can watch the latest character traileranother promotional videoplenty of gameplay, and the latest screenshots, and read the official description below.

“Three nations battle for control of the dwindling resources of salt and iron in Square Enix’s newest HD-2D adventure

Command a group of warriors as Serenoa, heir of House Wolffort, in a tangled plot where your decisions make all the difference. Key choices you make will bolster one of three convictions—Utility, Morality, Liberty—which together make up Serenoa’s world view and influence how the story will unfold. When faced with truly momentous decisions, multiple characters will weigh in by casting their votes on the Scales of Conviction. In these moments, the allies and decisions you make can determine the fate of whole nations and the continent of Norzelia itself.

Control multi-tiered battlefields to strategically secure victory

Finding the best location in turn-based battles can tip the tide of combat in your favor. Position units on higher ground to take control of the battlefield and gain the advantage with increased range. You can also flank enemies on both sides, then strike from behind for a powerful follow-up attack. Elemental chain reactions are also an important part of combat. For example, use fire to melt icy terrain, then use lightning to electrocute it. Push the enemy into the electrified water to see sparks fly in stunning HD-2D visuals!”

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