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Sword Art Online -Progressive- Scherzo of Deep Night Anime Film Goes to the Next Level in Main Trailer

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Giant enemies perfect for the big screen, a powerful theme song by Eir Aoi and the unbeatable relationship between Kirito and Asuna — Sword Art Online -Progressive- Scherzo of Deep Night released its main trailer today, promising another thrilling adventure in Aincrad when the anime film premieres in Japanese theaters on October 22.


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Sword Art Online -Progressive-, a retelling of the series’ Aincrad arc, was first published by author Reki Kawahara in 2012 and now spans eight volumes, with each volume generally covering a single floor in the Sword Art Online game, starting from Floor 1 in Aria of a Starless Night which was released in Japan in October 2021. “Scherzo of Deep Night” is the title of the fourth volume’s storyline, which means we’ll be jumping ahead to Floor 5 of Sword Art Online. Yen Press, which publishes the light novels’ official English version, describes the volume as:


It’s been just two months since they were trapped in the game of death that is Sword Art Online, and Kirito and Asuna continue their struggle at the vanguard of progress through the game. The fifth floor of Aincrad is a mazelike ruin, and the two dare to take pleasure in raiding it for the treasure it contains. Upon returning to the fourth floor, it’s time to do some questing on behalf of the Elf Lord Yofilis–but here begins Asuna’s discontent, for in doing so they will have to face her least favorite monster ever…


The main staff members from the first film return for Sword Art Online -Progressive- Scherzo of Deep Night at A-1 Pictures, including Ayako Kono as director.


Source: Comic Natalie



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