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Sword Art Online Hollow Realization PS4/PS Vita Game's 3rd Trailer Previews Luna Haruna's Theme Song (Update)

posted on 2016-06-27 12:48 EDT by Karen Ressler
Game ships in Japan on October 27, Americas and Europe this fall

Bandai Namco Entertainment began streaming a third trailer for its Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita game on Monday. The video previews the new characters, party and equipment customization, and battle. Players can create a party from among the more than 300 available "player characters" and NPCs.

The video also previews the game's theme song "Windia" by Luna Haruna.

The video also shows a new character named Genesis, who, like Kirito, is called the "black knight." He is voiced by Kazuyuki Okitsu. The video teases, "Will the meeting of the black knights destroy the world or save the world?"

Bandai Namco Entertainment will release the game in the Americas and Europe in fall. The game will feature Japanese voices with English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish text.

The staff previously revealed the game's new character, who is an NPC named Premiere and voiced by Yuiko Tatsumi (The irregular at magic high school's Shizuku Kitayama).

The game's official website describes her as follows:

A mysterious girl. Does she have any interests? Expressionless, she stares fixedly at Kirito from afar and leaves a message for Kirito and his friends.

The game will ship in Japan on October 27. Both the PS4 and PS Vita editions will be available in regular and limited editions. The limited editions will include a box art illustrated by abec, a soundtrack CD, a special contents Blu-ray Disc, a special case for the Blu-ray Disc and CD, a "Dengeki Nerve Gear vol.4" pamphlet, and mini clear posters. Those who order the game early will get a product code for an additional costume.

Update: Information on new character Genesis added.

Source: Dengeki Online (Tekeon)


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