Sword Art Online Video Game Series Sales Top 5 Million

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Sword Art Online | Gameverse Visual

Yosuke Futami, the producer of the Sword Art Online video game series, has announced that the game series as a whole has reached 5 million sales. You can check out the sales figures of the console games below. Please note, sales figures for the 1st game Infinity Moment and the crossover game Accel World vs Sword Art Online: Millenium Twilight, were not revealed. The sales figures also do not split them up based on platform. The platforms the games launched for are in parentheses next to the title.

  • Hollow Fragment (PS Vita, PS4, PC) – 1.2 Million
  • Lost Song (PS4, PS3, PS Vita, PC) – 1.1 Million
  • Hollow Realization (PS4, PS Vita, PC, Switch) – 1.2 Million
  • Fatal Bullet (PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch) – 1 Million

The Sword Art Online games started with Infinity Moment which released in March 2013 for the PlayStation Portable. This game only released in Japan while future games in the series have seen global launches. The latest game in the series, Fatal Bullet, released in 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC with a Nintendo Switch release in 2019. A new game, Alicization Lycoris, is currently in development for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC and is set to launch in 2020.

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