Fan translation group Geofront will release a mod for Falcom’s previously unreleased in English The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki on March 14, 2020.
The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero English patch will release on March 14 and available for anyone with a copy of the game on PC. The installer for the patch will also be available on Geofront’s website with configuration details for the patch.
In addition to the English translated text, the patch offers various quality of life improvements exclusive to the Zero no Kiseki mod. These include turbo mode, auto-saves, and message backlog, and more. Furthermore, the mod supports resolutions and frame rates higher than the currently available PC version.
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Trails from Zero is the fourth game in the Trails series and the start of its second arc – colloquially known as the Crossbell arc.
Zero takes place just months after Trails in the Sky and concurrently with Trails of Cold Steel. The game is set in the autonomous
Crossbell State, located between Zemuria’s two superpowers: the Erebonian Empire (setting of Cold Steel) and the Calvard Republic.
Lloyd Bannings, Elie MacDowell, Tio Plato, and Randy Orlando comprise the newly-formed Special Support Section of the
Crossbell Police Department. Together, these four heroes will face the realizes of Crossbell’s seedy underbelly as they work
to restore the CPD’s damaged reputation with Crossbell’s citizens. However, behind Crossbell’s criminal underworld and political
corruption lies an even more sinister conspiracy brewing since the Middle Ages. It will be up to the SSS to uncover the truth
behind Crossbell’s mysteries and get over the many barriers placed in front of them.
- Quality of Life Enhancements — Exclusive to the Geofront mod of Zero are several quality of life improvements never before seen
in the Crossbell games, such as turbo mode, autosaves, and a message backlog. The mod also supports resolutions and frame rates
higher than those in the base PC version and provides several fixes for bugs that were once present.
- Classic Trails Combat with New Mechanics — Trails from Zero features the Trails series’ timeless turn-based combat and original
tactical orbment gameplay from Trails in the Sky. New to Zero are mechanics such as field attacks, Team Rush, and Combo Crafts.
- An Immersive World — Learn the ins and outs of Crossbell City and the surrounding countryside. Unlike other Trails entries, the
Crossbell games center around an urban hub. Players will come to know the city streets like the back of their hands, and are
encouraged to get to know Crossbell’s colorful NPCs.
- The Trails You Know and Love — Trails from Zero is a localization made by some of the most ardent Trails fans in the world.
Experience Zero at the same level of quality and lore consistency as the six officially-localized Trails games.
The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki first released for the PSP in Japan in September 2010. It released for on PC in China in August 2011 and Japan in June 2013.