The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel for PS4 confirmed for launch in EU and AUS

Marvelous Europe are excited to announce that the definitive version of the Nihon Falcom-developed RPG, The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel, will be released for the PlayStation 4 on the 29th March, 2019 both digitally, and physically in selected retailers, within Europe and Australia. A physical Limited Edition, known as the Decisive Edition, will also be exclusive to the Marvelous Games Store.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Decisive Edition includes:

Physical copy of The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel on PS4
50 mira replica Collector’s Coin
Musical Selections CD containing 21 full-length tracks
SteelBook® case showcasing artwork, with a separate outer package design
Bonus: 10pg exclusive ‘Alisa Reinford’s Cold Steel Crash Course! comics included within the physical 52pg manual

Originally released in Japan as Eiyuu Densetsu: Sen no Kiseki on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, with an enhanced release on Windows PC shortly after, this PlayStation 4 release of The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel begins the adventure of Rean Schwarzer anew, and introduces Thors Military Academy’s specialized ‘Class VII’, with added features not found in any previous console releases.

For the first time in the series’ history, dual audio has been included, giving players the chance to enjoy the original Japanese voices, or play with the highly acclaimed English dub that includes more than 5,000 additional English lines of dialogue, previously available only in the Windows PC edition.

Marvelous Europe has also confirmed that downloadable content previously released for The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel will all come pre-bundled in this PlayStation 4 version of the game. Additionally, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita owners will be able to transfer their save game data to this PlayStation 4 version of the game; with transfer bonuses – such as new outfits and bond points – being awarded.

Jim Smale

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