Sword Art Online: Lost Song screenshots show Agil, snowy island

Agil playable in upcoming sequel.

Sword Art Online: Lost Song

The latest set of Sword Art Online: Lost Song screenshots showcase new playable character Agil, characters Recon and Eugene, a new island on Svart ALfheim, and new event scenes.

Here’s a rundown of what you’ll see:

  • Agil – An old friend of Kirito and Klein’s from Sword Art Online, now available as a playable character. He is of the Gnome race and uses a two-handed ax in battle.
  • Recon – Also known as Nagata Shinichi in the real world, he is a friend of Leafa’s. He is of the the same Sylph race as Leafa and specializes in magic.
  • Eugene – Head of the Salamander army in ALfheim Online. He is one of the game’s best players, and is the sole possessor of the legendary “Demonic Sword Gram” weapon.
  • Svart ALfheim’s Third Island – The third island of Svart ALfheim, also known as the “Annular Iceberg Frost Hilde,” features a sweeping snowstorm blocking adventurers’ paths.

Sword Art Online: Lost Song is due out for PlayStation 3 and PS Vita in Japan on March 26.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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