Sword Art Online the Movie -Progressive- Aria of a Starless Night - Sword Art Online “BEYOND” Official Trailer Released!
Date: 30 Nov 2021
To all the fans who have supported Sword Art Online throughout the years.
Travel back to where it all began and experience Sword Art Online the Movie -Progressive- Aria of a Starless Night.
About Sword Art Online
The Sword Art Online light novel series (published by Dengeki Bunko) by Reki Kawahara, winner of the 15th Dengeki Novel Prize (Grand Prize), tells the tale of Kirito and his exploits inside the next-generation VRMMORPG, Sword Art Online. The series has enjoyed immense popularity ever since the first volume was published in April 2009, and as of 2021 has sold more than 26 million copies worldwide.
The TV series will celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2022 and includes 3 seasons totalling 96 episodes, plus one spin-off series. The hit film Sword Art Online the Movie -Ordinal Scale premiered in 2017 and grossed over $38.7M globally.
Sword Art Online the Movie -Progressive- Aria of a Starless Night brings us back to the beginning of the story of Aincrad, this time from Asuna’s perspective.
"This may be a game, but it's not something you play"
If a player dies in the game, they die in the real world.
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Sword Art Online the Movie -Progressive- Aria of a Starless Night - New Character Updated!
Date: 5 Nov 2021
Introducing Mito/ Misumi Tozawa, voiced by Inori Minase!
Mito / Misumi Tozawa
A girl who loves games. Her classmate and one of the few friends she trusts is Asuna, who she invites into the world of SAO.
Sword Art Online the Movie -Progressive- Aria of a Starless Night - “STORY” has been updated!
Date: 5 Nov 2021
The STORY page has been updated!
This is the story of a time before Lightning Flash and the Black Swordsman
were known by those names…
Asuna Yuuki was a girl in the ninth grade who’d never had anything to do with online games when she accidentally put on the NerveGear that fateful day.
The game master speaks.
This may be a game, but it’s not something you play.
“Game Over” means you die in the real world.