Publisher NIS America and Durante, alongside his team PH3 GmbH, have updated the Steam version of the Nihon Falcom-developed turn-based JRPG, The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure, to version 1.1.10.
Unfortunately, after testing, the bug I experienced where the Tri-Attacker C2 enemy scan in Chapter 2 won’t register is still present. Regardless, several minor fixes have been made.
The patch notes are quoted below:
- Fixed a potential crash when advancing the Master Quartz level-up window too quickly.
- Fixed some instances where achievements would not be unlocked correctly after importing data from another release of the game.
- Minor 3D geometry fixes in a few maps.
- Tweaked the battle UI placement of the HP/EP/CP labels.
- Implemented a workaround for loading Trails from Zero clear saves when in a WINE environment with separate prefixes (such as on the Steam Deck). For standard cases, it should now “just work”, as long as you also have Trails from Zero installed on the same device, and started it at least once to make sure the saves are synchronized.
- Specifically, this now works if all individual Steam game prefixes are in the same root, which is the default Proton configuration. If you have multiple custom WINE prefixes you will still have to do a manual copy or symlink.
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This entry, the direct sequel to The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero, is the conclusion to the acclaimed Crossbell duology. The Special Support Section reunites after pursuing their own paths for some months. However, intense political tension brews in their city, causing conspiracies to run amok and throw off their veils.
The following regions will receive it later this month:
- March 17, 2023 – Europe
- March 24, 2023 – Australia, New Zealand
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