Trails into Reverie x IPSTAR Collab Store Announced for Shanghai, China

Chinese company IPSTAR has announced a collaboration store with developer Nihon Falcom for The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie (also known as Hajimari no Kiseki) for Shanghai, China.

The collaboration will occur across two periods, with the first being between August 5, 2023, and August 31, 2023. The second half will then occur between September 1, 2023, and September 25, 2023. More information on the exact contents of this collaboration store will be revealed in the future.

You can view the illustration accompanying this news below. However, note that a character has been blocked out to prevent spoilers for those who have not yet played Trails into Reverie, which has just been localized.

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You can check this post on Weibo for more information, but note that the full illustration will be viewable, which spoils a crucial plot point of Trails into Reverie.

Thanks to Falcom community member Hansuke for sharing this news.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie is now available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie takes place after Trails of Cold Steel IV and features a new mechanic that has players switch between playable protagonists and parties at a moment’s notice.

The Trails of Cold Steel protagonist, Rean Schwarzer, Crossbell protagonist, Lloyd Bannings, and the brand new character C, are the leaders of these three parties. They face their own unique threats before eventually uniting against something especially grand.

A prominent feature is the Reverie Corridor, highly akin to Phantasma from Trails in the Sky the 3rd, where a plethora of side activities await players, such as combat challenges, minigames, a fake gacha, over 50 playable characters, and teases toward the Calvard arc seen in the Kuro games.

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