Nayuta no Kiseki for PS4 first details, artwork

Due out by summer 2021 in Japan.

Falcom has released the first official information and artwork for Nayuta no Kiseki: Kai, the newly announced PlayStation 4 version of the 2012-released PSP action RPG Nayuta no Kiseki. It is due out by summer 2021 in Japan.

Get the details below.

■ About

Nayuta no Kiseki

Nayuta no Kiseki

“Stars and ruins, fall upon our island.”

Nayuta no Kiseki—an ambitious entry in the Trails series originally released for PSP in 2012 that adopts action RPG-style gameplay—returns for PlayStation 4 as the latest entry in the Kai series (enhanced ports of older Falcom games).

Enhanced Character and Event Scene Graphics

New illustrations have been added for each character on “Remnant Island,” where the story takes place. Graphical elements have also been significantly enhanced, including new illustrations for event scenes and other visual aspects.

—Event visual from the PSP version.

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—Event visual from the PlayStation 4 version.

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60 Frames Per Second Support + High-Resolution Graphics and Audio

Frame rate has been adjusted to run at 60 frames per second on PlayStation 4. And in addition to more vibrant graphics achieved by upgrading the original PSP version to high-definition image quality, background music and sound effects have been remastered in high-quality sound.

Various User Interface Adjustments for PlayStation 4

Various user interface elements such as the field screen and menu screen have been touched up from the PSP version, enabling a smoother experience on PlayStation 4.

■ Prologue

There is an “end” to this world—. We have been taught this from long ago.

Even the ocean that seems to go on forever has a definite “end” that you cannot go past.

“Because the world is flat.”

Many scholars believe this to be so, and the people believe it, too… But is that really the truth?

No, it probably isn’t. There are still many unknowns left in this world. What are the landscapes that the “Star Shards” depict?

That’s why I’m a strong believer. Indeed. The world has to be a much bigger place.

—by Nayuta Herschel

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■ Characters

Nayuta Herschel (voiced by Kaori Mizuhashi)

  • Age: 15

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The protagonist of this story. A boy from Remnant Island who attends an academy in Saint-Elysee, a port town facing the Sciencia Sea.

His hobby is stargazing using a sextant and telescope left to him by his father. Why do ruins fall onto the island? What does the world that everyone believes is flat really look like? He has a strong interest and curiosity in unknowns such as these.

He is a logical thinker who forms his own conjectures—a stark contrast to his childhood friend Signa, who always goes with his gut.

Noi (voiced by Ai Kayano)

  • Age: ???

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A little girl that looks like a fairy from a fable that Nayuta meets in a certain place.

She possessed an item called the “Master Gear,” but it was stolen by a mysterious man who suddenly appeared.

Signa Alhazen (voiced by Kenichi Suzumura)

  • Age: 18

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A young man who has been friends with Nayuta since childhood and belonsg to the vigilance committee of the port town Saint-Elysee. He is like an older brother to Nayuta and understands him well.

He is a gifted swordsman, as taught to him by his master Orbus, and can single-handedly defeat the monsters that occasionally appear on the island. He is highly respected by others.

Creha (voiced by Ayana Taketatsu)

  • Age: ???

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A girl with a transient aura who was asleep for a long time in a casket in “Lost Heaven,” a mystical world shown in the Star Shard.

A certain incident causes her to wake from her sleep, but perhaps because her memories are missing, she tries not talk about herself much.

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View the images at the gallery. Visit the official website here.

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