NIS America Announces Four Trails Games Coming to the West

On June 24, during the Falcom 40th anniversary event which is hosted by the New Game Plus Expo, NIS America announced four titles from the Trials series will be coming to the West for the first time ever.

Trails from Zero, Trails to Azure, Trails into Reverie and The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails will all have their Western release debut from 2022 on PS4/5, Switch and PC.

The Trails games are a series of turn-based RPGs, with the most recent game being Trails of Cold Steel IV having just released in April. The Trails games are Falcom’s second most popular series after Ys.

Trails from Zero and Trails to Azure are well known for never releasing in the West, there’s been multiple campaigns urging for the games to be localized.  Both games are also well known for just having had fan translations released for them. Not sure what this means for the recent fan translations, especially the one that release a couple of months back, but it would be interesting to see what the fans think of the official translations, compared to the fan ones, especially those that are playing both.

Are you excited for the Trails games being localized? Let us know in the comments below or on our Discord!

Source: NIS America

One thought on “NIS America Announces Four Trails Games Coming to the West

  1. Fans of the official translations might be thin on the ground right now. There are a number of fantasy RPG videogames out there on the market and while they don’t all cover the same ground, the overlapping effect of them all is to saturate the possible worlds of ideas thoroughly. We need a new type of game desperately; the world grows colder.

    — Catxman


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