The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III for PS4 Gets More Screenshots Showing Original Heroes
Nihon Falcom shows more screenshots of The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III, giving another look on the former members of Class VII.
Today Nihon Falcom released a new batch of screenshots of its upcoming JRPG The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III.
The screenshots go back to some of the original members of Class VII from the previous games, giving an update on what they look like and what they’re doing now that they’re all grown up.
Fie Claussell is now 17 years old. After graduating, she has thought on what she could do for Class VII, and has joined the Imperial Guard as an infiltrator. She got her qualification under Sara’s guidance at the age of 16, and now she works with her both at home and abroad.
Emma Millstein is now 20 years old. after graduating, she decided to search for Vita Clotilde, whose whereabouts are unknown. In order to do that, she traveled to her hometown to explore the places where the Hexen Clan witches were formed in ancient times. The cat Celine also went with her.
Gaius Worzel, now 20 years old, went back to the Nord Highlands as the dangers of war became closer and closer. His aim is to keep his people safe, and for the moment he appears to be out of reach for the other members of Class VII.
Millium Orion, now 15 years old, returned to her former post as an agent. At times she carries out missions together with Altina, and remains in contact with some former members of Class VII, including Jusis.
You can check out the screenshots below, and if you want to see more, you can also enjoy the latest batch of screenshots featuring the rest of the former members of Class VII, more showing some of the battle features, even 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 seemed to imply that it should come.