The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails Shares Celebratory Japan Steam Launch Day Artwork by Wolfy

Following today’s announcements of The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails’ Japanese release receiving English text in a later patch when available and the title’s first developer blog post, publisher NIS America shared artwork by artist Wolfy celebrating the game’s launch for Steam in Japan. For those unaware, they are a talented artist who has done a variety of fantastic official artwork promoting Nihon Falcom titles.

You can view the tweet from NIS America sharing this artwork below:

The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails on PC features auto-save functionality, ultra-widescreen support, turbo mode, and other configuration options to make this port as qualitative as possible.

The Legend of Nayuta is more action-oriented, vaguely the same style as the Zwei entries, one of Falcom’s other series. In this title, players take control of Nayuta, who dreams of the outside world and what lies beyond the confines of his home. Soon after reconvening with his friends and other denizens on his island home, Nayuta ends up saving a mysterious fairy by the name of Noi. This fairy-like girl asks for Nayuta’s help in recovering something stolen from her, and this journey takes him to the stretches of existence he has only ever dreamed of.

The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails is coming to PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC-via the Epic Games Store and Steam in the west at a later date.

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