May 26, 2017 08:06 AM EDT
With the reveal of "The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III," three new characters were confirmed by game developer Falcom. These three characters also come with their details.
Epstein Foundation Researcher Tio Plato
Tio Plato is a young researcher who comes from the Crosbell branch of the Epstein Foundation. She is currently doing research on the Eion system, which is said to enable resonance connection of information processing. She is currently under surveillance by the Imperial Intelligence Agency in the video game, but she also works behind the scenes as a liaison, Gematsu reported.
Class VIII Instructor Randolph Orlando
Randolph Orlando was a former member of the Red Constellation, the strongest jaegor corps in the continent, but now he is the instructor in charge of Class VIII: Tactics Division. Before he became an instructor, he joined the Crossbell Guardian Force, but he was discharged due to some trouble he caused. He comes back to the Empire on his own to find out if there is a chance of Crossbell's independence.
Prince Olivert Reise Arnor
Prince Olivert Reise Arnor is the eldest son of the Erebonia Emperor Eugent Reise Arnor III. He is also the found of the old Class VII of Thors Military Academy. Although he is called the Prodigal Prince, he has already abandoned his succession to the royal throne due to his illegitimate birth.
New Trailer For "Trails Of Cold Steel III"
In other related news, there was an off-screen, two minute trailer of the video game, which can be viewed down below, recorded at an event located in the Sofmap Akihabara Amusement. It showed several characters that were recently confirmed to have an appearance in the video game, including the latest three characters introduced. The video game will be launched on the PlayStation 4 on Sept. 28 in Japan, Gematsu reported in another post.
Check out the "The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III" Trailer video below:
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