Nihon Falcom has announced The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki characters’ details. The game itself has been previously released on PC and will be coming to PlayStation 4 on April 23, 2020 in Japan. The game took place three months after the end of The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky 3rd, in a country named Crossbell located between Calvard Republic and Erebonia Empire. Both countries have influence and control over the Crossbell. You can see the architecture of the Renaissance theme like Erebonia on one side, and the Eastern style theme like the Calvard on the other side.
The story focus on the main character, Lloyd Banning, and his journey with his friends to reveal the secret behind his brother’s death. Although the story focuses on Lloyd, the game has a lot of interesting characters. So, why don’t you dive in and see which The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki Characters is Your Favorite!
Lloyd is the main character of Zero no Kiseki. After his brother’s death, he spent his time studying abroad at a Police Academy. Once he finished his study, he decided to return to the Crossbell Police as an investigator to follow his brother’s footsteps. He is an ambitious guy who will fight for justice and would still do anything for his friends.
The next Zero no Kiseki characters is Elie, the granddaughter of Macdael who is the Mayor of Crossbell. In the previous version, she is one of the possible love interests of Lloyd. She really loves her country and dedicates her life to serve as police to maintain the safety of Crossbell. Elie is the only expert shooter in Special Support Section (SSS).
Randy used to work as a security officer of the Crossbell Guard. He is an easy-going Zero no Kiseki character with a mysterious past. Randy tends to act like the older brother who took care of everyone. He is the strongest guy in the continent that can blow pretty much anything with a his Stun Halberd.
As a researcher of Eipstein Foundation, the most advanced technological institute in the continent, Tio Plato is one of the most intellegent Zero no Kiseki characters. She works as a tester on equipment such as Orbal Staff. After the Crosbell’s annexation, she is called back to the Foundation headquarters but decided to stay at Crossbell for her friends’ sake. Although she is monitored by the Imperial Intelligence Agency, she does her job as a head researcher while serving as a liaison behind the scenes.
The PlayStation 4 versions for The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki will also have a sequel, The Legend of Heroes: Ao no Kiseki. Both games are the continuation of the Trails sub-series. The release date of Ao no Kiseki is only one month apart after the release date of the Zero no Kiseki. The story arc also involves the Zero no Kiseki characters. Since the release date is just around the corner, you should top up your PlayStation cards at Japan Code Supply and purchase the full definitive game.
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