Sword Art Online: Lost Song detailed by producer in English featurette

English version out next week in Asian territories.

Sword Art Online: Lost Song

Bandai Namco Entertainment Asia has released a new eight-minute English video featurette of Sword Art Online: Lost Song featuring producer Yosuke Futami.

In it, Futami details the features of the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita Sword Art game, including its new and returning characters, the floating city of Ryne (what we’ve previously referred to as Line), flight mode, three-character parties, and boss battles.

The English version of Sword Art Online: Lost Song will launch in Asia next Tuesday, May 12. A western release has not been announced, though given last year’s Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment localization, it is expected.

Watch the featurette below.

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