THE LEGEND OF HEROES: TRAILS IN THE SKY SECOND CHAPTER TO LAUNCH ON EUROPEAN PLAYSTATION®STORE NOVEMBER 10TH
XSEED Games, the independent-minded console publishing brand of Marvelous USA, Inc., is pleased to announce the RPG title The Legend of Heroes: Trails in The Sky SC will be launching on the PlayStation®Store in Europe and Australia on November 10, 2015, for €26.99, £21.99, AUD $40.95 and other applicable regional pricing via the PSP (PlayStation®Portable) system. This follows a successful debut on the North American PlayStation®Store as well as on PC worldwide on October 29, 2015.
Developed by legendary RPG specialists Nihon Falcom, The Legend of Heroes: Trails in The Sky SC picks up mere hours after the conclusion to The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky, with Estelle traveling across Liberl in search of Joshua. Her journey involves more than seeking loved ones, however, as the Bracer Guild also tasks her with unraveling the mysteries behind the newly unveiled Society of Ouroboros.
In The Legend of Heroes: Trails in The Sky SC, Falcom’s celebrated Sound Team jdk returns with a massive and highly lauded score that perfectly complements the tumultuous resolution to one of the most moving and expansive JRPGs ever created. The series’ staple strategic turn-based battle system with unmatchable customization has been taken even further with all new arts, crafts, upgraded orbments, and combo attacks. The meticulously detailed land of Liberl awaits the player’s return with new quests, mini-games, and collectibles to offer, along with a host of both new and familiar locations that are populated with hundreds of unique NPCs, each featuring his or her own story to tell.
Developed by Nihon Falcom and published by XSEED Games, The Legend of Heroes: Trails in The Sky SC will be available on the PlayStation®Store in Europe and Australia for the PSP® system on November 10, 2015. This release is fully compatible with the PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system. It has been rated 12+ by PEGI in Europe, 12+ by USK in Germany, and M in Australia.