Sword Art Online: Lost Song Gets An English Subtitled Trailer

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As reported earlier in the week, Sword Art Online: Lost Song is being localized into English for release in Asian territories. Following the announcement, Bandai Namco Games’ Asian division has shared an English trailer for the game.

 

Sword Art Online: Lost Song is currently in development for the PlayStation 3 and Vita. The game will take place in the world of ALO and is meant to be a more lighthearted affair that encourages fun and exploration.

 

Bandai Namco have not yet announced Lost Song for Western release.

 

Thanks to Siliconera reader Nerroth for the heads up!


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