First look at Philia and Klein in Sword Art Online: Lost Song

Hollow Fragment girl and Kirito's Sword Art Online friend.

Sword Art Online: Lost Song

Dengeki Online has gone up with the first direct-feed screenshots of Philia and Klein in Sword Art Online: Lost Song. The two characters were first confirmed to appear in the game in this week’s issue of Dengeki PlayStation.

Philia made her debut in this year’s Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment for PS Vita. In Lost Song, which is set in ALfheim Online, she is a black-haired Spriggan character who works as a treasure hunter. She’s an all-purpose build skilled with both the dagger and support magic.

Sword Art Online: Lost Song Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment

Above, you’ll see Philia’s Lost Song model (left) compared to her Hollow Fragment model (right).

Sword Art Online: Lost Song

Klein is of the Salamander race. Like his character in Sword Art Online, his ALfheim Online character mainly uses a sword. He and Kirito became friends when the Sword Art Online MMO first launched.

Sword Art Online: Lost Song

Sword Art Online: Lost Song is due out for PS3 and PS Vita in Japan on March 26.

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