The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki and Ao no Kiseki coming to Steam in Chinese and Korean

Published by Clouded Leopard Entertainment.

The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki and Ao no Kiseki

Clouded Leopard Entertainment will release PC versions of the recently released PlayStation 4 ports of The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki and The Legend of Heroes: Ao no Kiseki, according to newly published Steam pages. They will only support Traditional Chinese and Korean text languages options with Japanese voice-overs.

Steam pages for the publisher’s previously announced PC versions of The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel I, II, III, and IV also went live. These are separate from the XSEED Games and NIS America-published Steam releases, and also only support Traditional Chinese and Korean text languages options with Japanese voice-overs.

Here is an overview of each game, via their Steam pages:

The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki

Set in the autonomous region of Crossbell, the epic RPG Zero no Kiseki: Kai, which tells the story of the Special Support Section, is now available on Steam!

The Steam version features 60 frames per second support, and high definition picture and sound for an enhanced gameplay experience!

The game also features the popular high-speed Skip Mode from the PlayStation 4 version. With the touch of a button, you can jump between events and fields at twice the normal speed, and battles at four times the normal speed!

The Crossbell State, located in western Zemlya—

Once the site of fierce territorial battles, it has since developed into one of the continent’s leading trade and financial centers.

However, pressure from the Erebonian Empire and the Calvard Republic is steadily increasing. While corrupt officials from both sides remain locked in political disputes, the mafia and underground criminal organizations are preparing to start a war.

In the midst of all this chaos, the Crossbell Police Department has lost the trust of its people.

Among them are Lloyd Bannings, a rookie agent; Elie MacDowell, granddaughter of Crossbell’s mayor; Tio Plato, a young sorcereress who wields an orbal staff; and Randy Orlando, a former security guard.

The foursome are assigned to a new department, the Special Support Section, where they are left with no choice but to join forces in the face of adversity.

This is a story about four unlikely heroes fighting to overcome the walls defining their way of life.

The Legend of Heroes: Ao no Kiseki

Set in the autonomous region of Crossbell, the epic RPG Ao no Kiseki: Kai, which tells the story of the Special Support Section, is now available on Steam!

The Steam version features 60 frames per second support, and high definition picture and sound for an enhanced gameplay experience!

The game also features the popular high-speed Skip Mode from the PlayStation 4 version. With the touch of a button, you can jump between events and fields at twice the normal speed, and battles at four times the normal speed!

The Crossbell State—

Bordered by the Erebonian Empire to the west and the Calvard Republic to the east, this prosperous state was once in crisis due to the actions of a fanatical religious group.

Tensions erupted in a mafia war, with security forces being manipulated by the mysterious narcotic, Gnosis. Peace was eventually restored through the efforts of the Crossbell Police Department’s Special Support Section. The Imperial and Republican officials associated with the Order and the mafia were driven away, and with a new mayor in place, it appeared that the future of Crossbell was bright; however, this was only a temporary respite on the turbulent Zemurian continent.

Pressure from the Erebonian Empire and the Calvard Republic is steadily increasing, and signs of yet another upheaval are imminent
among Red Constellation, the most powerful jaeger corps in the world, Heiyue from the Eastern Quarter, and Ouroboros, a mysterious organization that operates from the shadows.

All paths lead to Crossbell, and countless unsolved mysteries going back to ancient times are about to be revealed at last.

This is a story about living in modern times—a gift to all those who fight to overcome the walls that bind them.

The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki first launched for PSP in September 2010 in Japan, followed by PC in August 2011 in China and June 2013 in Japan, PS Vita in October 2012 in Japan, and PlayStation 4 in April 2020 in Japan.

The Legend of Heroes: Ao no Kiseki first launched for PSP in September 2011 in Japan, followed by PC in March 2013 in China, PS Vita in June 2014 in Japan, and PlayStation 4 in May 2020 in Japan.

Traditional Chinese and Korean versions of both games are also in the works for Switch, and due out on February 18, 2021 and April 22, respectively.

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