A growing rumor in networks ensures that the animated adaptation of the spin-off light novels by Reki kawahara and illustrated by Abec, Sword Art Online: ProgressiveIt will be in the format of an animated film. The above is from the miniature of a promotional poster for the project posted on the official website of Aniplex in Japan, where they assume that the characters β€œεŠ‡ε ΄η‰ˆ (Gekijouban / Movie)” are read.

It should be noted that neither Aniplex nor the production team have confirmed this rumor, so it should not be considered official information at this time. More information on this project is expected to be released during the Sword Art Online: Alicization - After War event, which will take place live on November 8th and will be broadcast live.

Kawahara and Abec began publishing the light novels through the publishing label in October 2012 Dengeki Bunko from the publisher Kadokawa. The publisher released the sixth volume in May 2018 and it is still in the process of being published.

A manga adaptation by Kiseki Himura it was published in the magazine Dengeki Gs magazine from Kadokawa-Verlag from June 2013 to February 2018 with a total of seven published compilation volumes.

Sword Art Online: Progressive Synopsis

β€œThis game is impossible to finish. It just consists of waiting for the time and place where you will die. β€œKayaba Akihiko's deadly game has hosted thousands of players for a month. This VRMMO has already claimed the lives of more than 2,000 people. Now is the day of the strategy meeting to fight the boss on the first floor.

Lone player Kirito has decided to get stronger and finds a rare female player on the front lines when he goes to the meeting scheduled for noon. She fought alone against mighty monsters and was like a meteor cutting through the night sky. Get ready to explore in detail absolutely everything that you experienced in Sword Art Online!

Source: Aniplex (Thumbnail of the advertisement)

Β© 川 原 瀫 (θ‘—), abec (γ‚€ ラ γ‚Ή γƒˆ) / KADOKAWA


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