If you’re a huge fan of Sword Art Online, and can read or understand Traditional Chinese better than the Japanese language, consider today your lucky day.
Moments ago, at a “Bandai Namco Games Stage” presentation at the Taipei Game Show, the Japanese games publisher showed off a version of Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment’s latest trailer — complete with Traditional Chinese subtitles.
And at the end of the trailer, they announced that a Traditional Chinese version of the PS Vita title is currently in development.
At this moment it’s unclear if the Traditional Chinese version will launch alongside the Japanese one on day one.
Given that this announcement comes so close to the actual release date of Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment in Japan, chances are the Traditional Chinese version will only be launched a short while after the Japanese release. Or at least, that was the case for Shin Gundam Musou — the game was launched in Japan December last year, and the Chinese version will just released yesterday, on January 23.
Also at the Bandai Namco Games Stage presentation, the games publisher announced and shared the first details for a new Gundam PS3 title — Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story: Missing Link — and talked about its DLC plans for Shin Gundam Musou.