The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III for PS4 Gets New Screenshots Showing Original Heroes

Nihon Falcom released a batch of screenshots of The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III, showing the original Class VII Members.

on July 13, 2017 2:32 AM

Today Nihon Falcom released a batch of direct feed screenshots of its upcoming JRPG The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III.

The screenshots bring back the original members of Class VII from the previous games, giving an update on how they look and what they’re doing now that they’re all grown up.

Alisa Reinford is now twenty, and she’s now helping manage the Reinford Group, supported by her grandfather and by her maid Sharon.

Eliot Craig is now nineteen, and entered the Imperial Conservatory. Thanks to the intensive lessons, he graduated in a single year and he is now working as a professional musician, touring the Empire to explore ways to lead the people on the path of peace thanks to the healing power of music.

Laura S. Arseid is now nineteen as well. After training with her father in the secrets of Arseid swordsmanship, she qualified as an instructor, and she is now wandering the Empire to improve further.

Machias Regnitz moved on a different path from his father, and joined a political school, acquiring the necessary credits in just one year. Having entered the Judicial Inspectorate at age nineteen, he is having an exceptional career, conducting his inspection work in a variety of places.

Jusis Albarea is now twenty, and has kept secretly in touch with the Rogner and the other great houses, feeling the strange atmosphere created by the situation of the aristocracy in the empire.

You can check out the screenshots below, and if you want to see more, you can also enjoy the latest batch of screenshots featuring some of the battle features, more showing Alfin, Elise and Cedric, and the previous one featuring the Stahlritter of Ouroboros.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III will launch in Japan on September 28th, exclusively for PS4. No western release date has been announced for the moment, but in our latest interview with Nihon Falcom President Toshihiro Kondo, he strongly implies that it should come.

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