Trine 4 official screenshot of the mage character's snowy house

[Update]: Trine 5: A Clockwork Conspiracy is aiming to be bigger, better and bolder than all of its predecessors.

After a somewhat disappointing Trine 3, the puzzle-platformer series will be returning this October 8th for both PC and consoles. It'll bring with it a whole bunch of beautiful artwork spread across a variety of 2.5D levels, online and local co-op for up to four players, a newly enhanced combat system, and naturally, more environmental puzzles to endlessly cheese with the wizard character!

You can get a pretty good idea of what all of this looks like in-game through the recently posted trailer. Have a gander, the artwork really is lovely:

As far as pricing is concerned, Trine 4 on its own will set you back $30. However, should you decide to purchase the entire series, you will be able to get all of the games for $50. The Ultimate Collection will also have some sort of bonus content, though I don't believe the specifics have been announced just yet. 

Either way, you can learn more about Trine 4, as well as potentially grab yourself a copy, over at the official website.