Sword Art Online Fatal Bullet Complete Edition and Dissonance of the Nexus Trailers Dropped
Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet's Complete Edition and fourth expansion pack, Dissonance of the Nexus, will be releasing next month in Japan and NA.
A trio of new trailers have dropped for Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet, one for Japan and two for North America.
A new expansion for Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet, entitled “Dissonance of the Nexus”, which is set to release alongside the Complete Edition of the game on January 17, 2019 in Japan and January 18, 2019 in North America. This expansion has two new parallel stories taking place in Snow Field, a new location and features Sachi, Yuna, Eiji, and Seven. For those not in the know, Sachi is a character from the original arc of the Sword Art Online anime who caused many tears in the second episode of the series “Red-Nosed Reindeer.” The other characters come from Lost Song and Ordinal Scale, and each are playable characters.
The Complete Edition will include the base game, and all four expansions: “Ambush of the Imposters”, “Betrayal of Comrades”, “Collapse of Balance”, and “Dissonance of the Nexus”. Each expansion has been $9.99, so the Complete Edition will save you $25 off the Deluxe Edition/fourth expansion and $35 if the base game, season pass, and fourth expansion (Dissonance of the Nexus) not covered by the season pass, are bought separately.
Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet launched in February 2018 as a sequel to Hollow Realization from 2016. It continues the story of Kirito in Gun Gale Online, or a customizable player character, with multiple endings and an adaptation of the Death Gun arc from the light novel/anime. You can watch the Japanese trailer for the Complete Edition (which contains more gameplay than the others) as well as the English trailers for both Dissonance of the Nexus and Complete Edition below. Both Hollow Realization and Fatal Bullet will be coming to Nintendo Switch though no date as of yet. The Complete Edition and fourth expansion will come on January 18, 2019 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in North America.