Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment and Lost Song announced for PS4, coming west

Re: Hollow Fragment due out this summer, Lost Song this fall.

Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment and Lost Song

Sword Art Online: Lost Song and Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment Director’s Cut are coming to PlayStation 4, Bandai Namco announced.

Both titles are coming to the Americas and Europe, with the PS Vita version of Sword Art Online: Lost Song also en route.

Get details below.

Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment (PS4)

Due out exclusively via PlayStation Network in summer 2015.

In Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment, players will play as the main character, Kirito, and fight through all the levels of Aincrad to break free from being locked within the virtual game world. Players with save data from the PlayStation Vita version of the game on will be pleased to learn that some items from that game will be transferable to the PlayStation 4; additionally DLC from the PlayStation Vita title will be unlockable on the PlayStation 4 at a later date.

Sword Art Online: Lost Song (PS4, PS Vita)

Due out via retail and digital in fall 2015 with subtitles in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish.

With an original story based on the Alfheim Online realm including new and returning characters and exclusive environments, fans will be more than happy to spend more than 50 hours questing in the ultimate Virtual Reality universe! To make it even more exciting, Lost Song will feature all new Aerial Battles and plenty of customization features.

View new screenshots and the box art for Lost Song here and the first screenshots of Re: Hollow Fragment here.

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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