“SWORD ART ONLINE: HOLLOW REALIZATION” LAUNCHES TODAY, “SWORD ART ONLINE: FATAL BULLET” TO FOLLOW ON AUGUST 9TH

“SWORD ART ONLINE: HOLLOW REALIZATION” LAUNCHES TODAY, “SWORD ART ONLINE: FATAL BULLET” TO FOLLOW ON AUGUST 9TH

Mysteries of Ancrad are coming to light in twp Sword Art Online games for the Nintendo Switch. Check out the new trailer here.

Nintendo Switch fans are about to be swept up in two Sword Art Online video game adventures, first with today’s arrival of SWORD ART ONLINE: HOLLOW REALIZATION DELUXE EDITION.

This version of the game will include the base adventure and season pass content for Abyss of the Shrine Maiden and Warriors of the Sky!

Then, on August 9, 2019, SWORD ART ONLINE: FATAL BULLET COMPLETE EDITION arrives to give players a truly unique combat experience in the Sword Art Online world. This comes a day after the Japanese release date on August 8th.

SWORD ART ONLINE: FATAL BULLET COMPLETE EDITION will come with the base adventure, three DLC content packs, and the Dissonance of Fate expansion.

SWORD ART ONLINE: HOLLOW REALIZATION DELUXE EDITION

  • With a unique story supervised by the author of the SWORD ART ONLINE, Reki Kawahara, SWORD ART ONLINE: HOLLOW REALIZATION DELUXE EDITION features an expansive world with a MMORPG-like interface and fierce raid Boss battle – and includes all DLC previously released on other platforms
  • The game launches today on Nintendo Switch, with a new trailer to coincide with the launch available here

SWORD ART ONLINE: FATAL BULLET COMPLETE EDITION

  • Available for the Nintendo Switch on 9th August 2019, SWORD ART ONLINE: FATAL BULLET COMPLETE EDITION contains the full game, all previous DLCS, plus new expansion Dissonance Of The Nexus – featuring brand new scenarios and new characters
  • Players will enter the world of Gun Gale Online, a new virtual world featuring the usage of firearms in battle, levelling up and gaining skills as they progress through the story.

So it looks like one will be more exploration driven while the other is focused on the combat.

Which of these two games do you prefer? Let us know in the comments.

Source:

Bandai Namco PR