Stranger of Sword City for Xbox One second trailer, eight-hour free trial announced

Earn achievements and carry over your save data.

Stranger of Sword City

Experience has released the second official trailer and announced an eight-hour free trial for the Xbox One version of Stranger of Sword City due out alongside the game in North America on March 22.

The new trailer was released in two formats, one with the classic character portrait style by Yoko Tsukamoto, and the other with the new character portrait style by oxijiyen. Players can switch between the two at any time while playing.

The free trial is the full game with an eight-hour time limit. You’ll be able to earn and keep achievements earned in the demo, and the save data you create can be carried over to the full version of the game.

While Experience is publishing the Xbox One version of Stranger of Sword City digitally, NIS America will release the PS Vita version both physically and digitally a month later on April 26 in North America and April 29 in Europe.

Watch the new trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

Trailer #2: Classic Character Portrait Style

Trailer #2: New Character Portrait Style

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