Kuro no Kiseki White Day Wallpapers Depicting Male Cast Releasing Next Month

Developer Nihon Falcom has announced that they will be releasing White Day-themed wallpapers for Kuro no Kiseki on March 14, 2022, following recent Valentine’s Day ones. However, these wallpapers will only be delivered to the Falcom email newsletter subscribers and Falcom official LINE, both free to sign up for. For those unaware, White Day is a holiday centered around Valentine’s Day reciprocation that is more notable in particular regions.

You can view more information regarding these White Day wallpapers via Falcom’s official website. In addition, the company’s announcement tweet below showcases a teaser image of Aaron Wei, one of Kuro no Kiseki’s significant characters.

The next localized entry for the franchise will be Trails from Zero.

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.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero is releasing for Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC via the Epic Games Store and Steam in Fall 2022.

The Limited Edition of Trails from Zero’s localized release is currently available to pre-order for U.S. and European customers.

Merchandise retailer Pin Box is selling various official Crossbell-related goodies.

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