About the game
Trine 4 is the fourth installment of the Trine series in which you join three iconic heroes in their quest to save the world from the Nightmare Prince’s shadows. All of this is happening in a fantastical fairytale landscape.
Trine 4 Articles
Trine 4 gets a trailer for Melody of Mystery DLC
Frozenbyte announced a new DLC for Trine 4, Melody of Mystery, and released a trailer alongside a list of features and explanation what the fans can expect.
Trine 4 hero skills detailed in a trailer
Frozebyte revealed a new trailer that provides a gameplay overview, complete with new and old skills of Zoya, Amadeus and Pontius. It also briefly shows four Pontiuses going into action on their own.
Trine 4 has an official release date and more character info
Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince will release worldwide on 8 October 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Frozenbyte and Modus Games took the opportunity to expand on the lore of Zoya, Amadeus and Pontius in the process.
Trine: Ultimate Collection announced for Nintendo Switch
Trine: Ultimate Collection lives up to its name since it features all three existing Trine games as well as the upcoming Trine 4. This collection has been announced for Nintendo Switch and it is coming to Nintendo Store during Fall 2019.
Frozenbyte show the first Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince trailer
Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince was first leaked by European Union back in 2018 and then officially announced two weeks later by Frozenbyte. The game has now received the first gameplay trailer and a release window set during Fall 2019.
Frozenbyte officially announce Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince
Frozenbyte have now officially announced Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince, although some fans were already aware of the new title thanks to a leak earlier in October 2018. The developers stated it should arrive at some point in 2019.
European Union to co-fund 30 indie games including Trine 4
Publishers and developers are usually the ones to announce their new games, but the folks at Frozenbyte apparently got lucky when European Union accidentally announced Trine 4 and brought a pile of free marketing for the upcoming game.