New Promo For Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment

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Sword Art Online: Follow Fragment | oprainfall

(Japan) A new promo trailer has been uploaded by Bandai Namco for the upcoming PlayStation Vita title Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment. Totaling in at three and a half minutes, the video reveals what appear to be some snippets of in-game cutscenes and glimpses of the title’s gameplay. You can watch it for yourself below.

Filia, the blonde girl featured throughout the trailer, is making her first appearance in Hollow Fragment and seems to be at the center of the story. Many old favorites from the SAO franchise will also be featured alongside Filia and Kirito, including Asuna, Leafa, Shinon and others. Strea from Sword Art Online: Infinity World will also appear in Hollow Fragment. While fighting their way through Aincrad, players can meet more companions and deepen Kirito’s relationship with each of them by spending time in any of the 76 available cities. Players can also create a unique avatar for themselves and explore the game’s Hollow Area with friends online.

Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment will releaseĀ  in Japan for the PS Vita on April 24th. No news yet on whether this title will ever see localization in a Western country.


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