Fatal Bullet Coming Early 2018

Fatal Bullet Coming Early 2018

Fatal Bullet Coming Early 2018

Earlier this week, Bandai Namco teased us with a trailer for Projekt #1514. The game will combine gun and sword gameplay mechanics, and will feature a new original story from Sword Art Online creator Reki Kawahara. It takes players into the world of "Gun Gale Online", from the popular Sword Art Online II season of the series. That game has turned out to be Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet, as the Chinese trailer leaked online hours ahead of the official announcement. It's actually the very first Sword Art Online game on Microsoft's console (and on PC), probably fruit of Phil Spencer's trip to Japan a few months ago.

Even more importantly, it's coming west in early 2018, and it will be released on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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Both co-op and versus multiplayer are included, with battles against bosses or 4v4 matches between players. You can check out the reveal trailer below. Based on the names, this is where the whole sword/gun action hybrid comes into play. Players will be interacting with characters from the novels, previous games, and of course, the anime.

SWORD ART ONLINE: FATAL BULLET - Your Choice Is Heavier And Faster Than A Bullet.

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