Fans of Japanese role-playing games can look forward to XSEED Games today The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II announced on Steam. The PC version will be released on February 14th.
The Legend of Heroes The series has been a fan favorite for years and has well over 10 parts, the sub-series Trails of Cold Steel gets the 4th part in 2018. The implementations for the West and on the PC are not only popular with fans. Thanks to the extremely good conversion, the older titles play flawlessly on the PC and offer some new features. Last but not least, the collaboration of Peter "Durante" Thoman ensures the high quality of the implementation. Durante, made famous at the time by the DSFix Mod, which gave the PC version of Dark Souls 1 60FPS and higher resolution textures, already improved the last parts of the Legend of Heroes series. Including turbo features, fast charging functions, better resolutions, FPS 100+ and much more.
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II - Direct sequel to Part 1
But enough of the technology, just the story and the characters make up the series. As a direct continuation to Trails of Cold Steel 1 the story continues seamlessly. Even your score from Part 1 can be taken over and so the relationships you have maintained with your comrades are preserved and continue to offer individual conversations and events.
There is a playful one Airship for you, which is a kind of fast travel and can bring you from one side of the continent to the other in no time at all. The Link system your party members get new overdrive modes, so the training and the connection is even more worthwhile than before.
In addition, about 50% more English voice overs were built in, so that even console gamers will experience something new.
Fans of the first part can therefore access it without worries. However, newcomers to the series are advised to play Part 1 first, as the story continues directly. The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II will be released on February 14, 2018 for PC on Steam. The launch trailer linked above is for the console version, but gives a good insight into the new features.