Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment Available On Steam With Pre-order Incentive

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Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment
Bandai Namco announced recently that gamers who have pre-ordered Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet for PC via steam will be able to receive their free copy of Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment on March 23, 2018. To help fans experience the breadth of the popular manga and anime series, anyone who pre-order Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet before February 23, 2018 will automatically receive Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment when it is available on March 23, 2018.

Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment features an original story based on the hit anime, set in the simulated Virtual Reality Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (VRMMORPG) world known as Sword Art Online. In Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment, players will play as the main character, Kirito, and fight through all the levels of Aincrad to break free from being locked within the virtual game world.

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