The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero is a role playing game developed by Nihon Falcom and published by Nihon Falcom in Japan, and NIS America in the rest of the world.
It was first released in Japan for the PlayStation Portable in 2010, and in 2021, a Western localization was announced for PS4, PC, and Nintendo Switch for 2022.
The Crossbell arc duology in Falcom's long-running RPG series will be available on the Nintendo Switch in Japan this August.
Fixes for bugs and other issues with localization are also available. A new experimental "fast text speed" is also available on Steam.
Originally available only in Japan, the turn-based RPG has been fully localized into English while sporting improved visuals and quality of life features.
Falcom posts updated sales numbers ahead of the launch of The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki 2 -CRIMSON SiN- in Japan and Trails from Zero in the West.
The Crossbell saga finally comes West after almost 12 years since its original launch. If you're a fan of the series, it's a must-have title.
Check out the RPG combat system for the upcoming The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero in the latest gameplay trailer.
Meet the core party members, from protagonist Lloyd Bannings to Elie MacDowell, Tio Plato and Randy Orlando ahead of release.
The Crossbell Saga's first part is finally coming to North America and Europe with full English localization and features like High-Speed Mode.
Priced at $89.99, the Limited Edition includes the official soundtrack, a hardcover art book, cloth poster, arcylic stand, Steelbook and collector's box.
NIS America could be preparing to showcase new gameplay or announce a release date for the RPG, which is receiving an English release this Fall.
All titles will receive English subtitles while The Legend of Nayuta and Trails Into Reverie will have English voice-overs as well.