BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Incorporated is now the producer of Sword Art Online: Integral Factor. The reason behind this change is actually the success it had in the console and PC game markets - especially in the Asia-Pacific region. In fact, this is its second smartphone game and the first one was the highly popular Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment where it reached No. 4 in the grossing charts.
This time, the story will be set in Hyboria. To make up for that, the developer developed a separate update for the smartphone version that will allow the players to connect directly to the Hyboria world using their smartphones. However, it's not clear whether this will work or not as there are no references to any sort of connection between the two versions of the game. However, Android Police can say that the sword art online: integral factor app works perfectly on both versions of the phone. So, if you're looking for a good time management game, you'll love this one!