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Sword Art Online Progressive Movie Gets New Trailer, Theme Song


A brand new trailer has been launched for the upcoming Sword Artwork On-line Progressive film, Aria of a Starless Night time.

Aria of a Starless Night time will premiere in Japan on Oct. 30 in each normal theaters and in IMAX. The trailer previews the film’s new theme music, “Yuke,” which is carried out by Japanese pop star LiSA, who beforehand supplied the Sword Artwork On-line TV anime’s unique theme music, and can be greatest identified for “Gurenge,” the unique opening theme for Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba. A world launch date for Aria of a Starless Night time has not but been introduced, however the sequence’ official Twitter account has assured followers of the isekai anime that particulars in regards to the film’s launch outdoors of Japan are coming quickly.

The brand new trailer concentrates closely on the connection between sequence heroine Asuna and her classmate, Minori Inase, who is called “Mito” inside the digital on-line world of Sword Artwork On-line. Inase is proven introducing the sport of SAO to Asuna, and later guarantees to guard her when the sport blocks gamers from logging off and the announcement is made that any in-game deaths can even consequence within the demise of the participant in actual life. The trailer additionally showcases Asuna’s first assembly with SAO‘s central protagonist, Kirito.

Haruka Tomatsu will return to reprise the function of Asuna, as will Kirito’s voice actor, Yoshitsugu Matsuoka. Aria of a Starless Night time is directed by Ayako Kohno, who beforehand labored on Seven Lethal Sins The Film and the Bleach franchise. The film will characteristic a soundtrack from veteran anime and online game composer Yuki Kajiura, who beforehand labored on the Sword Artwork On-line TV sequence, in addition to Demon Slayer and Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle.

The unique Sword Artwork On-line anime is on the market for streaming on Netflix, Hulu and Crunchyroll.

Supply: YouTube


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