Get a Free PS4 Copy of Sword Art Online RE: Hollow Fragment by Pre-Purchasing SAO: Lost Song

During Anime Expo in Los Angeles, Bandai Namco mentioned in passing that by pre-ordering the PS4 version of Sword Art Online: Lost Song on the PlayStation Store users will also get Sword Art Online RE: Hollow Fragment for free.

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jznrpg987d ago (Edited 987d ago )

This would have been great(for me) except I already own Hollow Fragment. Nice bonus still

Sora_1994987d ago

Ugh...thats tempting i wanted the retail version tho.... decisions

Xavior_Reigns987d ago

Yeah if it was retail copy I'll be all over this. Still its an enticing deal for digital only gamers. Now if only season 3 would be announced.

Sora_1994987d ago (Edited 987d ago )

Oooo man season 3 really needs to happen. Speaking of wheres my sao: gungale game seems like a no brainer in this day and age

trenso1987d ago

was the gun game season 3

rdgneoz3987d ago (Edited 987d ago )

@trenso Technically in terms of story arcs yes. First arc was the original world - SAO, 2 the flying world - Alfheim / ALO, 3rd was gun gale online / GGO. The 4th will most likely be UnderWorld.

Though in terms of what they called it for the anime, they shortened the hell out of SAO and did one season of arcs 1 and 2 (wish they did a season of SAO and then a season of ALO). The 2nd season was focused mainly on GGO with a bit of their life outside the game.

Edit: As for Lost Song, it looks like they might basically skip over GGO as the trailers show Sinon in them (sniper girl from GGO), and she was only in ALO after Kirito went to GGO.

KimikoGaming987d ago

Eh. I'd rather play the game on my Vita. $20 less, same damn game.

Though, if the retail version of the PS4 game gets a download code, I may be tempted to get the PS4 version instead. But I am not interested in getting digital games at full price.

I'll get physical games at full price, depending on the game, but not digital games. No way.

WizzroSupreme987d ago

I like free. Great news indeed.

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