For whatever reason, publisher Clouded Leopard Entertainment has shared another English subtitled trailer for the upcoming action-turn-based hybrid JRPG, The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki II Crimson Sin. There are currently no plans on this title or the first Kuro no Kiseki receiving localizations, so these trailers are questionable in meaning above all else.
An English subtitled trailer from Clouded Leopard Entertainment was earlier this year for a port of the first game, so it seems they have no signs of stopping. To be honest, it does legitimately hurt a bit seeing officially translated Kuro no Kiseki trailers with no English releases planned at the moment.
You can view the latest English subtitled trailer for The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki II Crimson Sin below:
- Kuro no Kiseki II April Famitsu information translated
- Kuro no Kiseki II May Famitsu information translated
- Kuro no Kiseki II June Famitsu information translated
- Kuro no Kiseki II July Famitsu information translated
- Latest 4K Gameplay via Dengeki
- Kuro no Kiseki II Pre-Order Bonuses
- Translations for Opening Theme & Latest Trailer
The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki II Crimson Sin is releasing for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 in Japan on September 29, 2022.
The PlayStation 5 version of Kuro no Kiseki is launching in Japan on July 28, 2022. The Traditional Chinese and Korean PlayStation 5 versions of the game will also release on the same day. A Steam launch is also planned for the same date with Traditional Chinese & Korean subtitles.
The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki is the latest entry of the ongoing Trails series, taking place after the recently concluded Cold Steel Erebonia arc, and after The Legend of Heroes: Hajimari no Kiseki, releasing in the west in 2023 as The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie.
This new title takes place in Calvard, one of the central regions of the series’ setting, the continent of Zemuria. While there are several returning characters from the Liberl, Crossbell, and Erebonia arcs, there is also a slew of new characters, each with their own struggles, relationships, and goals that enhance the liveliness of the in-game world.
Additionally, combat has undergone a significant shake-up, with action now freely swappable with turn-based in several circumstances, granting an impressive degree of player choice. The game is currently available in Japan for the PlayStation 4.
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