Bandai Namco is Bringing Two Sword Art Online Games to PS4

Wednesday, May 27th, 2015

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UPDATE: They have now confirmed a North American release for these titles. It appears SAO: Hallow Fragment will be digital only, while SAO: Lost Song will be both digital and retail.
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Via Twitter Bandai Namco UK has announced that it would be bringing Sword Art Online: Lost Song to both the PS4 and Vita consoles in Europe this Autumn. The good news didn’t stop there they are also bringing a directors cut of Sword Art Online: Hallow Fragment to the PS4. I have played quite a bit of the Vita version and if they fix up the translation a bit this will be something to behold.

While there is no word yet on a North American release you can bet it is likely coming later today. We will keep you updated as more details become available.

 

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  • Gurick

    I’d shell out some extra money for hollow fragment if they do fix some of the translation. It did bother me a little while I was playing the vita version

    • Razorfall

      Yeah, it’s got some full blown engrish here and there. It was like playing a J-RPG on a PS1 back in the day.