The Legend Of Heroes: Trails to Azure Discounted For PC During Launch Week

The prequel, Trails From Zero, is also on sale if you're new to the series.


Update: This deal is no longer available.

Trails to Azure, the latest game in the storied Legend of Heroes RPG series to be localized in North America, launched this week, and fans can grab the Launch Week edition of the game on PC for just $34 (normally $40) from Fanatical with promo code FANATICAL15 at checkout.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure Launch Week edition includes the game plus an official soundtrack and digital art book. The game code unlocks on Steam.

Trails to Azure originally launched as a Japan-only PSP game in 2011 but has finally made its way to North America this week, releasing on PC, PS4, and Nintendo Switch with an all-new official English script. The game directly follows the events of its prequel, Trails From Zero, which also saw an official English release last year. Players control protagonist Lloyd Bannings and his comrades in the “Special Support Section” on an expansive quest replete with turn-based combat, numerous locations to explore, bonus mini-games, and more.

If you need to catch up on the previous game, Trails From Zero is just $36 (normally $40) for a limited time at Fanatical as well. Playing both games keep you updated on the story, and you will also be able to import your Trails To Azure save data into the upcoming Trails Into Reverie launching later this year, making these Fanatical deals a great way to get into the series. You can also pick up Trails of Cold Steel III ($24) and Trails of Cold Steel IV ($36) at steep discounts--though these games have a separate story thread.

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