New The Legend Of Heroes: Trails Into Reverie Features Trailer Shows Off Minigames And More

The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie is much more than just a traditional JRPG, if a new features trailer is to be believed.

Published: April 12, 2023 9:39 AM /


The cast of The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie standing in the True Reverie Corridor

We're just a few months out from the Western release of The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie, and NIS America is showing off some of the minigames and features you can expect in addition to the game's main storyline. The True Reverie Corridor will offer the chance to engage in randomly-generated dungeons, check out extra scenarios, and more.

Last month, NIS America gave us a look at Reverie's cast of characters, which includes returning favorites like Rean Schwarzer and Lloyd Bannings. Now, a new trailer has been released showing what those characters can get up to when they're not busy saving the world. The trailer gives us a look at the True Reverie Corridor, which plays host to a wealth of extras. You can take a look at the trailer here.

First up, the trailer promises the ability to build a bespoke team of heroes and take them into randomly-generated dungeons to face off against "mighty foes". This will essentially serve as an additional high-level combat challenge so you can test your strategic mettle. Some characters are mandatory, but you'll be able to pick whatever additional party members you like.

The True Reverie Corridor also offers an impressive range of minigames and additional scenarios to enjoy. These include rail shooter Magical Girl Alisa LS, as well as the offbeat "quiz show" Who Wants to Be a Mirannaire?. The trailer also shows off the Vantage Masters card game, as well as a mecha duel between main cast members Rean and Fie.

Naturally, it's not just minigames and combat challenges. You'll also get the chance to spend a little time with your party, with the trailer showing off a sort of "beach episode"-style sequence involving wakeboarding and a melon-slashing swordsmanship microgame. There's lots to enjoy in The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie, so make sure to spend a bit of time enjoying the activities that are off the beaten path.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie launches for PC, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch on July 7th.

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