Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet details new character Itsuki, online battle and cooperative battle modes

Play online in eight-player competitive and four-player co-op battles.

Bandai Namco has released new information and screenshots of Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet introducing a new character named Itsuki, as well as the game’s online battle and cooperative battle modes.

Get the details below.

Itsuki (voiced by Tatsuhisa Suzuki)

Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet

A new original character to the game who is regarded as one of the most famous top players in “Gun Gale Online” and is loved for his looks and communication skills. He is the leader of the “Alphard” squadron.

Multiplayer

Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet

Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet includes eight-player competitive and four-player cooperative online multiplayer modes:

  • Online Battle – Up to eight players are divided into Alpha and Bravo teams and compete to cause the most damage to a boss character that populate the map. Threats come from all angles as players manage their time damaging boss character while also denying the other team from scoring points.
  • Online Cooperative Battle – Four players and their ArFA-sys support characters team up to take down the enemy boss. Players must make use of their unique skills and carefully consider their roles as they complete their objective.

If you missed it earlier today, watch a new co-op boss battle gameplay video here.

Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on February 8 in Japan, and February 23 in the Americas and Europe.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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