A new Triangle Strategy trailer has introduced new character Frederica Aesfrost.
Frederica is one of the playable characters available in Triangle Strategy, and is engaged to the protagonist, Serenoa Wolffort. Frederica appears to be a very forlorn character, with some of her dialogue being very despondent. She is the daughter of King Gustadolph of the Aesfrost kingdom, though she is more loyal to the Glenbrook kingdom where Serenoa hails from.
The trailer also introduces Frederica’s siblings Thalas and Erika, who dislike their sister for a variety of reasons including the fact she inherited their mother’s pink hair. It also shows off Frederica’s tutor Geela Breisse, and the general of the Aesfrosti army, Avlora.
Frederica is directly involved in the conflict between Aesfrost and Glenbrook in Triangle Strategy, and her relationship with both sides acts as a factor in her decision making. One of the choices players will be faced with is choosing between the freedom of the Roselle, Frederica’s people, or the safety of the Wolffort domain.
Also shown off in the Triangle Strategy trailer is how you can prepare for battle at the Wolffort encampment. You can acquire supplies, or train up your characters to make them stronger for future fights.
Last month, Nintendo released a similar trailer introducing one of the other playable characters, Roland.
Triangle Strategy will be available on March 4, exclusively on Nintendo Switch.
In other news, Activision has decided not to recognise the Game Workers Alliance union. In an email sent to staff, Activision said “After carefully reviewing and considering the CWA’s initial request of the company, we worked quickly to find a mutually acceptable solution with the CWA that would have led to an expedited election process.
Unfortunately, the parties could not reach an agreement. [We] expect that the union will soon be moving forward with the filing of a petition to the National Labour Relations Board (NLRB) for an election of eligible Raven employees. If filed, the company will respond formally to that petition promptly.”