The highly awaited new “Sword Art Online” movie is about to premiere in cinemas worldwide and tickets are already available for purchase. In light of the said anime movie’s approaching premiere date, a new trailer was revealed. This trailer is an English-subbed version of the fourth Japanese trailer, which has been released for fans in the United States, Australia, and other countries
The new and fourth trailer revealed more of the characters and tackled deeper into the story of “Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale”. The trailer shows more of the action scenes and explains how the story can either be just a game or even the reality. The said trailer also featured the movie’s theme song titled “Catch The Moment”, which is sung by popular Japanese singer, LiSA.
“Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale” is the latest film adaptation of the “Sword Art Online” franchise and it set to make its debut in Japan and some countries in Southeast Asia on Feb. 18. The said anime movie will then make its way to cinemas in the United States, New Zealand, and Australia on March 9 and then to the United Kingdom in April 2017. In fact, the hype is so real that Aniplex USA has already started the countdown to the release.
To make things better for fans in the United States, Aniplex of America has organized alongside Eleven Arts a special one-night Fathom Event that will also take place on March 9. The event will feature the nationwide release of “Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale”. Aside from that, movie tickets are already on sale, which can be bought through the official U.S. website for the said “Sword Art Online” movie.
“Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale” will bring back Kirito and Asuna to the screen with a whole new adventure set in augmented reality. In this movie, new allies and villains will also be introduced. The original voice actors from the anime series will reprise their roles and see that the movie is in Japanese, it will most likely be released in Japanese audio with English subtitles in cities outside of Japan.