Trine 2: Director's Cut spreads the love with a 25% discount in Nintendo eShop

Helsinki, Finland - 14 February 2013 - Finnish game developer  

Frozenbyte is happy to announce that its action game Trine 2:  

Director's Cut for Wii U™ has received a limited time discount of 25%  

in the Nintendo eShop in all territories. The discount lasts until  

February 28, except in Europe where it ends on March 7.

"Trine 2: Director's Cut is a perfect game for co-op, especially now  

after the recent update that added support for the Wii U™ Pro  

Controller for better local co-op enjoyment. Now with Valentine's Day  

here we thought to put the game on sale for everybody!" said Lauri  

Hyvärinen, CEO of Frozenbyte.

Trine 2: Director's Cut has support for online and local co-op. The  

game supports up to 3 players. In local co-op, one player can use the  

Wii U™ GamePad and others can use either the Wii U Pro Controller,  

Classic Controller Pro, or Wii Remote™ + Nunchuk™ combination. All  

local co-op combinations are possible in online play as well as long  

as the maximum player number is three.

The game was recently updated worldwide to include support the Wii U  

Pro Controller, Voice Chat for online multiplayer, German vocals,  

improved graphics rendering and a bunch of minor gameplay features and  


Trine 2: Director's Cut is available now through the Nintendo eShop at  

a 25% discount worldwide, $14.99 in North America and 12.49 € in  

Europe, and the equivalents in other currencies. The game features a  

total of 20 exciting levels full of adventure, including the recently  

released Goblin Menace expansion campaign and a Wii U exclusive level  

called the Dwarven Caverns, making Trine 2: Director's Cut the most  

comprehensive package of Trine 2 on any platform.  

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