The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd Evolution Opening Streamed

Wednesday, July 13th, 2016

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Kadokawa has posted the opening animation for Falcom’s upcoming RPG The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd Evolution for the PlayStation 4.

The trailer was most likely posted to raise hype for the games release today in Japan. Additionally, you can get a glimpse of all the character’s redesigned for this enhanced PlayStation Vita version.

You can watch the opening below [CAUTION: Spoiler Warning]:

XSEED details the story (not for the evolution version):

In the peaceful town of Rolent of the Liberl Kingdom, a young girl named Estelle and her friend Joshua, who had been taken in by her family years earlier, prepare to take their first steps to join the legendary guild of the Bracers. Bracers are considered the peacekeepers and protectors of order that owe allegiance to no country or government. In Liberl their guild has flourished since a brief war some 10 years prior after an invasion from the Erebonian Empire to the north, and their efforts have made peace a lasting prospect.

In the course of their journey to become full-fledged Bracers, Estelle and Joshua begin to see the peace threatened by a dark side of the ruling government that plots to overthrow the Liberl queen, Alicia. Together they travel the world on their quest to become Bracers and slowly unravel the truth behind the mastermind who seeks to bring war back to their borders.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd Evolution is available now for the PlayStation Vita in Japan.




  • tBanzai

    Really wish they’d bring this over and with Japanese language options, too..

    • azariosays

      We gotta get Kadokawa to see the appeal since they have the rights. That’s going to be tough.