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Chinese and Korean-Language Versions of Zero no Kiseki and Ao no Kiseki are Heading to Steam

It doesn’t seem like we can go a week without some exciting Falcom or Trails series news at the moment. The most recent update related to the company’s long-running series is that the Crossbell games, The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki and Ao no Kiseki, will be heading to Steam next summer! While these releases will only support Chinese and Korean subtitles, this is pretty fantastic news, as it’s another port of two games that we are still yet to see officially in the west. With every new announcement, I get a little bit more hopeful.

These releases, just like the upcoming Switch ports that were announced a few weeks ago, are based on the upgraded PlayStation 4 versions, Zero no Kiseki Kai and Ao no Kiseki Kai. This means the games include a high-speed mode, as well as some minor tweaks that help tie the game into the later Cold Steel games.

KeA is found in a suitcase in The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki Kai

The Steam pages for both of these upcoming rereleases have all of the details, so you can get excited all over again by checking out both Zero no Kiseki Kai and Ao no Kiseki Kai respectively. Maybe if we open them once a day and say a little wish each time, we might get them here too?

RPGFan is the place to stop for all of your Trails news, so please keep checking back here to see when we can finally experience Lloyd, Elie, Tio and Randy’s adventures in Crossbell!

Source: Gematsu

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Alana (she/her) has been with RPGFan since 2015, and isn't really quite sure why they let her stick around. She writes reviews, features, and speaks way too much on many of the site's podcasts. A lover of baking and animals (especially dogs and reptiles), she apparently has a pretty cute accent. If you talk to her about Skies of Arcadia, you've made a friend for life.

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