The recent Tokyo Game Show (TGS) 2016 revealed so much about Bandai Namco?s Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization. Other than the anime?s new trailer, the character of Kizmel was introduced alongside several DLCs. Kizmel joins Hollow Realization as the Pagoda Knight in Sword Art Online: Progressive. The game?s storyline, areas and quests will receive major updates prior to its final release.
The first DLC set for Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization is entitled ?Fighters of the Blue Sky.? The first DLC features Lost Song?s Rain and Seven. This DLC has an estimated 20 hours of gameplay and features mostly feedback from beta players.
Aside from the additional free DLCs, paid DLCs will also be available. A paid DLC like the ?Shrine Maiden of the Abyss? is so vast, it will be divided into three parts. Unfortunately, ?Shrine Maiden of the Abyss? will not arrive until 2017. Those who wish to experience all Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization DLCs can buy the season pass. Despite the lack of details on the season pass, it?s clear it will include all upcoming DLCs for Hollow Realization.
Sword Art Online Release Date
Japan will release Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization on October 27 for the PS4 and PS Vita platforms. The US, on the other hand, will receive the game on the same platforms on the 8th of November 2016. Because Hollow Realization is a highly anticipated sequel, expect massive updates prior to its final release. In 2015, Sword Art Online: Lost Song?s review included the immense planning involved in including familiar faces to the game with very limited option in the customization of the characters.
Moreover, the unlocking of all the characters proved to be easier than expected. Overall, Sword Art Online: Lost Song was a simple and easy mission, enhanced by the developers? graphics. Will Hollow Realization receive the same review? Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization is initially given two major DLCs upon release. It should be a hint that it will be very different from Lost Song.
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