Sword Art Online: Last Recollection received a new trailer on the eve of tomorrow’s release

Sword Art Online: Last Recollection received a new trailer on the eve of tomorrow’s release

BANDAI Namco has published a revenue trailer for the upcoming action Jrpg Sword Art Online: Last Recollection, the release of which will take place on October 6, 2023 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PC via Steam. The game is currently available in Japan.

The video tells about the struggle of Kirito and its allies in the underworld, as well as briefly describes the scenarios of battles and enemies that they have to encounter.

The plot of Sword Art Online: Last Recollection is based on War of Underworld. The narrative adds several original points, since players have to reveal the truth about the dark knight and destroy many new enemies in the dark territory. Sword Art Online: Last Recollection occurs in an alternative universe, which is considered what could have happened if Eugo had not received Game Over in "War with the underground world".

Sword Art Online: Last Recollection will allow players to go through the campaign in solitary mode, but there are also multi -user opportunities for playing up to 4 people online. The game implements a new combat system in which special attention is paid to quick actions and strategic abilities.

In UK, the game is not available for purchase.

It is cool to add to the post a species blocked in the English Federation. Now also for this VPN to include.

It is probably funny to think that all visitors to the site are exclusively from the English Federation and that everyone has everything broken. Your claim.

Well, yes, everything is spinning around UK. I don’t care that she is not available in Belarus either. And in Venezuela yet, yeah. These are generally invented countries!

Okay, jokes to the side – I could once again give a bench, but I have a much more interesting topic. In general, I completely unexpectedly contacted me one dude on one foreign site dedicated to VR and gave some information for thought. If anything, I advise you to perceive everything with skepticism, but it did not seem to me that it was lying.

– Kadokawa (publishing house that owns the IP for SAO as an original ranob) is very interested in the VR game of Title. However, there is a problem – these greedy Japs want to sell a game for 60 bucks, and since at the moment the VR -IGR market is far from so well developed, most games cost less (for example, the future Assassins Creed Nexus will cost $ 39.99). Actually, they are waiting for someone "Feels the soil" and will be able to release a successful VR game for $ 59.99.

– The second main obstacle is the excessive bureaucracy of everything and everything in them. If I understood correctly, then the joke is that the rights to SAO games were sold, so Kadokawa cannot release the title games just like that when they want it. Actually, the bench itself is very hunting for money, so they probably do not agree to just take and return the rights to the original owners even to release one game. And Kadokawa does not want to entrust them with this kind of project, seeing the state of everything that was released before (read: if they cannot in mediocre games for "flat" screens, then the VR game, which could be well sold for 60 bucks, will not be able to do even more so).

– They constantly have all sorts of VR concepts on SAO in their work, however, because of the above factors, nothing is next to the concepts and does not go.

Actually, the situation is patho. In December, the first VR game will be released 60 bucks from META (ASGARDTH’s WRETH 2), but it is given free of charge when buying Quest 3, which may indicate that people were not particularly pre -izing and decided to at least forcibly hook it with the newly made newly made The owners of the headset (if anything, the developers were bought at one time META and this second game from the series was sponsored by them). Therefore, the first 60-bax pancake will probably be lumpy, and the next attempts are not expected in the near future. Only all sorts of mastodons for their platforms like Half Life Alyx and Horizon Call of the Mountain cost $ 60 on the release. Therefore, most likely, the game in VR by SAO in the next five years we will not see. But at least the very fact that they actively think about this does not give the hope of dying to die. It remains only to wait.