Sword Art Online: Progressive
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The December issue of Kadokawa’s Dengeki G’s Comic distributed the last chapter of Shiomi Miyoshi’s Sword Art Online: Progressive – Hōei no Barcarole manga on Wednesday.

The manga finished with a message advising perusers to “sit tight for news on the continuation of Kirito and Asuna’s experience.” Kadokawa will distribute the manga‘s second accumulated novel volume in January.

The manga shares the title of the third aggregated volume of Reki Kawahara’s and abec’s Sword Art Online: Progressive novels.

The manga propelled in Dengeki G’s Comic in April 2018 as the second manga adjustment of the books. Kiseki Himura propelled the first manga adjustment in Dengeki G’s Magazine in June 2013, and finished it in February 2018 with seven volumes.

Sword Art Online: Progressive
Photo Credit: ASCII Media Works

Yen Press portrays the story:

“Yuuki Asuna was a top student who spent her days at cram school and preparing for her high school entrance exams – but that was before she borrowed her brother’s virtual reality game system and wound up trapped in Sword Art Online with ten thousand other frightened players. As time passes, Asuna fears what will become of her life outside the fantasy realm – the failure she might seem in the eyes of her peers and parents.

Unwilling to wait on the sidelines for more experienced gamers to beat the game, Asuna employs her study habits to learn the mechanics of gaming – and swordplay. Her swiftness impresses Kirito, a pro gamer who invites Asuna to join the best players on the front lines. Is Asuna ready to swap class rankings for player rankings and join Kirito?”