Square Enix is on the move even before E3 2019 begins, in a little over a week. We’re going to expect some massive announcements from the company as they excite fans about what they’re working on behind closed doors. One of these projects could be a European version for the Collection of Mana title as Square Enix issues a trademark for the product.
The trademark went out yesterday, on May 31. They previously issued a trademark for a Japanese version of the game earlier this year in February. Fans were wondering if this meant they could expect the game to head to the west but had received no further details about the possibility, until now. You can view the bare listing through this link.
For those who are new to the game, the Mana game series is an old role-playing title that takes place in a medieval-fantasy realm. It was initially a side story game series wrapped around Square Enix’s much-loved Final Fantasy title. The game series later made off as a separate entity as popularity rose for both games.
As of right now, we do not have any additional information regarding a release date for Collection of Mana. We may learn new details during this year’s E3, or Square Enix can choose to hold on to their plans to release them at a more suitable time slot.
Make sure you’re around in a few weeks to check out Square Enix’s presence at E3 2019. You can catch their conference on a Monday, June 10. It’s going to take place from 6 PM PST, 9 PM EST, and 2 AM BST.