Trine 2: Director’s Cut Will Swing, Leap And Slice Across Wii U

Trine 2: Director’s Cut Will Swing, Leap And Slice Across Wii U

Puzzling platformer Trine 2 is bringing its trio of heroes to Wii U with a Director’s Cut of the game.

The indie title, like its predecessor Trine, was well received when it debuted on Xbox Live, PSN and PC. The game has the player switch on the fly among three characters — a knight, a thief and a mage — each with their own particular set of skills. All three must work together, through the player’s hot-swapping, to traverse each level.

The Wii U-exclusive Director’s Cut will be worked over to take advantage of the GamePad controller.


    • Yep, at least on PSN (where I got it) and also Steam of course.

      Very pretty game, best colour palette this generation.

    • I’ve seen the PC version around the place, though I ended up going import for this one since the local release only has Trine 2 that I’m aware of, whereas sites like ozgameshop had the CE that comes with a bonus Steam code for the first game and I think a soundtrack.

  • Kotaku, please find out why this isn’t available on XBL for australian consumers, despite it being registered, and the developer claiming by all accounts it SHOULD be available.

    I haven’t been able to play Trine 2 for this reason. Though I continue to hope…

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