The following elements can be imported:
- Your level (up to 199)
- Your money (up to 99,999,999 Col)
- Your equipment, possessions, items, etc.
- Avatar data
- Heroine level and other player levels
Clear flags, downloadable content items, event items, and such cannot be imported. You’ll also have to start the game from the beginning. As previously announced, downloadable content from the PS Vita version will be unlockable in the PlayStation 4 version at a later date.
The Dengeki article also has a look at some of the changes in the PlayStation 4 version. This includes online multiplayer support (versus the PS Vita version’s ad-hoc multuplayer; pictured above), which was confirmed yesterday, as well as partial changes to the bosses. There are more changes besides the two Dengeki lists, such as the ability to edit female characters (rather than just Kirito), but they’re not mentioned in the article.
Dengeki also has a look at the PlayStation 4 version of Sword Art Online: Lost Song, highlighting the PlayStation 4 version’s nicer graphics (look, grass!), livelier Sky City Line, and more on-screen enemies.
Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment is due out for PlayStation 4 via PlayStation Network in North America and Europe this summer. Sword Art Online: Lost Song is due out for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita via retail and digital this fall.