New Kiseki Series Information Coming on June 29
New details on the next Kiseki games will be revealed during the "Kiseki Series 15th Anniversary & New Title Reveal(?) Special Stream".
Falcom and Dengeki PlayStation published more details for the upcoming stream for the 15th Anniversary of the Kiseki/Trails series. The stream is officially titled “Kiseki Series 15th Anniversary & New Title Reveal(?) Special Stream”. Yes, the question mark is officially there.
The stream will be held on June 29 at 17:00 JST. It’ll include Falcom’s President Toshihiro Kondo and fan favorite Towa Herschel’s seiyuu Ai Nonaka. Multiple staff members of Dengeki Online will be present too.
Here’s the full schedule:
17:04 Remembering 15 years of the Kiseki franchise
18:00 Talk show with guest Nonaka Ai
18:20 Introducing the Kiseki 15th-anniversary goods
18:25 Questions to Nihon Falcom President Toshihiro Kondo
18:40 Brand new information from Nihon Falcom
This stream itself is part of a bigger event organized by Dengeki Online, the “Kiseki Series 15th Anniversary Memorial Festival” going from June 14 to July 7. Technically, this stream was already announced along with the festival itself on May 24. However, further details like the stream’s name, schedule, YouTube link, and the title hinting at a new game reveal, were only published now.
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— 日本ファルコム (@nihonfalcom) June 25, 2019
It’s also worth mentioning that demos for the PS Vita Evolution versions of the first Kiseki games were all republished by Falcom this June.
Falcom already revealed plenty of details and artwork of the next Kiseki/Trails games. Most notably, one upcoming project is a spinoff-like title to the 4 Trails of Cold Steel games and will release first. The other game will be the start of a new saga in the series, set in the east of the Zemuria continent. We’ve covered everything we know about both games so far in a previous article.