Accel World VS Sword Art Online Deluxe Edition Available Now On Steam

Tuesday, September 12th, 2017

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Accel World VS Sword Art Online
Bandai Namco has recently announced that Accel World VS Sword Art Online Deluxe Edition is available now on Windows PC via Steam for $49.99. Accel World VS Sword Art Online Deluxe Edition includes the original game that offers an action RPG crossover experience spanning two of Reki Kawahara’s original series; Sword Art Online and Accel World, as well as the ‘Castaway from Another World’ DLC which enables players access to additional playable characters, new weapons, and an Infinite Dungeon with new bosses to conquer. Players can play over 40 playable characters, team up in PvP and PvE modes to take on quests or challenge one another online.

Accel World VS Sword Art Online Deluxe Edition includes:

The software
Castaway from Another World DLC content including:
New Playable Characters: Alice, Eugeo and Oberon.
Access to Infinite Dungeon: A new randomly generated infinite dungeon with a boss on each floor, including new bosses — Diabolos and Panopticon.
New Character Appearances: Personna Vabel, Graphite Edge and Heathcliff
New PVP quest
New Additional Weapons

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