The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure PSN & eShop Store Pages Live, Wishlisting Available; New Screenshots

Publisher NIS America has listed the PlayStation Network and Nintendo Switch eShop pages for the upcoming Nihon Falcom-developed turn-based JRPG, The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure. Further, the game is also launching for PC via Steam and GOG.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure is releasing at the following times:

  • March 14, 2023 – North America
  • March 17, 2023 – Europe
  • March 24, 2023 – Australia, New Zealand

Additional coverage for the game is listed below:

Currently, the game’s varying March 2023 regional release dates are not stated on either console store page, but fans can wishlist the title if they so desire. Additionally, there are a few new screenshots shared, viewable via our gallery below. Various mechanics are showcased, including the Pom! Pom! Party! minigame, combat, Orbment customization, and town exploration.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero is now available on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via the Epic Games StoreGOG, and Steam.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie will launch for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC on July 7, 2023.

The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails is coming to PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC in 2023.

The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC via Steam in Japan.

The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki II Crimson Sin is now available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 in Japan. Check out our latest coverage, which also acts as an avenue for previous extensive instances of doing so.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel – Northern War anime is live, with new English-subbed and English-dubbed episodes launching every Friday. The dubbed variations are two episodes behind. Check out my reviews and breakdowns.

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