Publisher NIS America and Durante of PH3 GmbH have announced that the Nihon Falcom-developed turn-based JRPG The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie has been updated to version 1.0.7.
Bugs of varying severity have been squashed on PC, including a somewhat prominent issue where characters could sometimes fall through the floor.
You can view the full quoted patch notes for version 1.0.7 of The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie below:
Fix a deadlock which could occur on some systems in rare circumstances, leading to the game becoming stuck on a black screen during loading/scene transitions.
Fix a softlock issue in a small subset of battles, where very high frametime spikes (i.e. when performing an elaborate craft or art on a slower system) could lead to characters falling through the floor.
- Improve vertical culling of objects on an interior map.
- Fix the alignment of the battle turn counter in ultrawide aspect ratios.
- Fix a specific late-game button prompt.
- Fix the “Millennial Trove” shop name in its header.
- Replace some mentions of “trophies” with “achievements”
Durante also emphasized that the PC patches are being worked on for each platform the game is available on; they just arrive later.
You can view additional details via the latest Steam blog post.
The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie is now available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
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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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