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Sword Art Online: Lost Song Media Update
Multiplayer details and more screenshots about this upcoming action-RPG.
11.23.14 - 3:42 PM

Sword Art Online: Lost Song has been getting a steady stream of new information as of late, with a new batch of screenshots and details concerning the game's hub area, Sword Skills, and online multiplayer component.

The base city of Lost Song will be Sky City Line, where, among other businesses, you'll find a weapon and workshop run by Lisbeth, where gear can be customized. Each weapon has its own set of Sword Skills that vary by weapon type (ranged, consecutive, etc.). Quests can be undertaken at a tavern, and various other fictional ALfheim Online players can be found mingling in the Town Square. Once ready, the player can use a portal in Sky City Line to embark on their adventure.

There's also an online co-op mode where up to four players can party up to take on quests, as well as choose which character they'd like to play as.

Sword Art Online: Lost Song will be released in Japan on March 27 for the PlayStation 3 and Vita. To see the rest of the new media, check out our freshly updated gallery!


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