Southeast Asia to enjoy Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment this end May

Mary-Anne Lee

Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment, will launch in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia on May 29, 2014, and we’ve no doubt Playstation Vitas are going to be set afire from overuse once it does.

The game will retain its original Japanese voices, but will come with English and Traditional Chinese subtitles.

(See: Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment revives a character from the grave)

This RPG for the Playstation Vita is based on the popular Sword Art Online anime and manga series, and will allow players to explore the new Hollow Area while simultaneously learning more about protagonist Kirito’s relationship with a mysterious girl. There is also an online ad-hoc multiplayer mode available.

What’s more important, though, is that gameplay data from the Southeast Asia edition of Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment will be shareable with the Japanese version of the game. Rejoice!

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