Sword Art Online: Lost Song May update to add PvP, new character

Lux joining the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita game?

Sword Art Online: Lost Song

An update to Sword Art Online: Lost Song coming towards the end of May will bring player-versus-player multiplayer and a new character.

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The news comes via a live stream hosted earlier today. Here’s the full list of what’s currently known to be coming in the update:

  • Player-versus-player multiplayer
  • More large-scale quests featuring a new boss (work-in-progress image above)
  • New character (silhouette below, Lux?)
  • User feedback (as much as possible)

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In related news, a Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth and Sword Art Online: Lost Song collaboration PS Vita collaboration theme will be released on the Japanese PlayStation Store on April 7.

Sword Art Online: Lost Song

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

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