Japanese insider ryokutya2089 has shared new comments from Falcom arriving in the latest issue of Famitsu. With the upcoming Nintendo Switch launch of The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails – Ad Astra, Falcom is yearning to port over older games that have become more difficult to access physically as digital-only games. In fact, the company is in the planning stages regarding further Nintendo Switch ports, with Kuro no Kiseki having been tested on the platform.
Additionally, Falcom is seeking to develop a sequel to The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails if such an opportunity arises, though it’s highly dependent on their contextual talent and company structure. An original non-Legend of Heroes of title is also an explicitly stated possibility.
Trails from Zero has players take control of protagonist Lloyd Bannings and the rest of the Special Support Section as they aid the citizens of Crossbell City with various tasks and gradually uncover a deep-seated corruption at the heart of the city with criminality at its core.
Alongside the strategical turn-based combat fans have expected from the series, the addition of cooperative attacks with party members makes the bonds between the Special Support Section an active ingredient in combat potential. This release boasts a High-Speed mode, which prior localized Trails entries contain. This functionality allows players to speed past cutscenes, combat, and exploration for whatever reasons they deem fit.
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