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Chris Gebauer
Falcom Asks: Do You Want a Trails of Cold Steel I and II Remaster for PS4?
They want to know!
08.14.17 - 12:08 PM

Twitter can at times be a great way to get some immediate feedback from fans. Case in point, Nihon Falcom using their Twitter account to test the waters on the possible demand for The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel I and II on PlayStation 4. Which would be awesome.

Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel

Falcom has brought The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steelto the PC, but people keep pestering the company to bring the first two titles in the series to PS4.

Well, Falcom has indeed been listening. In response to yet another request for the PS4 versions, Falcom's official Twitter account recently retweeted exlaiming: "I want to release it already! How much demand can we expect?" The tweet is embedded below for your perusal.


So there you go: let the deluge of Twitter requests commence!

Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III will release on PlayStation 4 on September 28th this year, making the series first foray onto Sony's current console. For those who have missed the first two entries, a collection on the PlayStation 4 would be a great way to bring in a slew of newcomers. Only time will tell if it comes to fruition. Till then, keep tweeting!


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