We get a better look at the upcoming Sword Art Online sequel Lost Song with the release of some new screenshots and details.
First up, we’ve got some details on the new base city you’ll be visiting – the Sky City Line. It’s populated with the usual base city shops (such as Liz’s workshop and the town inn), as well as a portal (in place of the teleportation stone of Aincrad). Liz’s workshop is now your go-to place for weaponry, the inn will now be your go-to location for getting quests, and the city portal is your means of getting to each of the game’s floating islands.
The game will support four player online multiplayer (read; not ad-hoc), where players can pick their characters and participate in cooperative quests. On that note, it was also confirmed that Yui will not participate in any sort of battle this time either.
Check out the newly released screenshots for the game below;
…and some renders/art;
Sword Art Online: Lost Song is set to release March 26th in Japan, with no news yet on a Western localization.