Trails of Cold Steel IV PS4 release date set for October

NIS America has confirmed the release date for the final entry into the Cold Steel saga Trails of Cold Steel IV. The publisher announced that the game would be released for PS4 in Europe and North America on October 27th, with the Oceania release date set for November 3rd. The company also confirmed that the game would be released in 2021 for PC and Nintendo Switch. A new gameplay trailer has also been released and you can watch that below.

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Here are some key features courtesy of the publisher.

The Ultimate Class Reunion – Boasting the largest roster in series history, heroes from all over seek to join the cause! The heroes of Class VII unite with Crossbell’s Special Support Section and even the heroes of Liberl.

Battle Most Refined – New and returning systems join the already polished combat of The Legend of Heroes series, including the ability to summon giant mechs to the field for devastating attacks, engage in Auto Battle for more expedient combat, and utilize Lost Arts, the most powerful Orbal magic capable of turning the tide of battle.

Pursuits of the War Weary – In between epic battles, catch a breather with a number of mini-games including returning favorites like Vantage Master, and fishing and puzzle games, as well as all-new pursuits like Poker, Blackjack, and the Horror Coaster.

Miguel reviewed Trails of Cold Steel III and in it wrote:

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III the third 80-hour RPG in a series of equally lengthy games. If you’re a newcomer, it’s a daunting and probably foolish task to try and play this game. If you’re a die-hard fan of the Cold Steel series already, you’ll get plenty of satisfaction out of the continued plot development and engaging combat. Even the most dedicated of fans, though, are likely to be turned off by the dated visuals and confusing Legend of Heroes crossovers that mar an otherwise impressive story-driven JRPG.
You can read the full review here.
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