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The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero launches this September

Uncover Crossbell's dark secrets in this exciting turn-based JRPG!

NIS America just announced that The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero will release this September for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC.

The game’s story follows Lloyd Bannings as he returns to his hometown to follow his late brother’s footsteps and join the Crossbell Police Department. When Lloyd arrives, however, he gets assigned to the Special Support Section, a new division that handles odd jobs and minor requests. As Lloyd and his partners work to make Crossbell City a better place, they soon discover the city hides some dark secrets.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero story trailer

Trails from Zero is a turn-based JRPG that follows the story of the Trails spinoff series from The Legend of Heroes franchise. The game also marks the beginning of the Crossbell story arc for the series. In addition, the iconic city-state features a world filled with secrets and adventure.

The game also features strategic and tactical turn-based combat. Throughout your adventure, you’ll need to harness powerful skills and use teamwork to overcome your enemies. For those more interested in the story, however, features like High-Speed and Skip Mode allow you to quicken battles to focus more on the game’s lore.

Trails from Zero originally released in for the PSP in Japan in 2010. Originally titled Zero no Kiseki, the game also received ports for PS Vita, PlayStation 4 and PC with Japanese, Chinese and Korean language support.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero will launch for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC. On PC, it will be available through Steam, Epic Games Store and GOG. The game releases on September 27 in North America and September 30 in Europe.

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Sam Fronsman

A writer with a love for video games, both new and old. A collector of games, CDs and DVDs. Can sometimes be found behind a camera or playing guitar. The X-Men games for SEGA Genesis will always hold great memories.
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