BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Asia is pleased to announce the launch of SWORD ART ONLINE Alicization Lycoris for PlayStation®4, Xbox One and PC via STEAM® in Southeast Asia today (Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and Philippines). Along with the game release, a new launch trailer has also been revealed today.
Another “Underworld” different from the original anime
Following the storyline from the anime, SWORD ART ONLINE Alicization Lycoris puts players right inside the “Alicization” arc. Players will play through the original story from the first part of the anime “Alicization” to the scenario where the final boss Administrator appears for a battle. After the final battle with the Administrator, the game original storyline “Alicization Lycoris” develops.
In “Alicization Lycoris”, Kirito, Alice, and the game’s main heroine, Medina, are shown fighting against powerful enemies. New terrain and places that did not appear in anime are added, as well as items for strengthening equipment.
Day-1 Retail Bonus for Southeast AsiaBonus for a retail package version in Southeast Asia rewards players with one official SWORD ART ONLINE Alicization Lycoris badge (while stocks last). There is five different designs in total!
Day-1 Package & Digital Version DLC Bonus for Southeast AsiaThe bonus common to both the package version and the digital version is a DLC which rewards players with 4 original costumes from the Costume Design Contest.
For the first time ever, players can experience SWORD ART ONLINE’s anime storyline in game format with SWORD ART ONLINE Alicization Lycoris! Play as the protagonist Kirito and immerse yourself in the Underworld, a mysterious virtual world set in the anime’s Alicization arc.
Featuring intense battle action, stunning JRPG visuals and an expansive world to explore your journey set in the mysterious next-generation online game “Sword Art Online” based on the light novel by Reki Kawahara.
SWORD ART ONLINE Alicization Lycoris is available now for the PlayStation®4, Xbox One, and PC via STEAM™ in Southeast Asia today (Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and Philippines).