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'Sword Art Online: Alicization War Of Underworld' Part 2, Episode 22 Live Stream Details, Official Synopsis, Spoilers

  • Alice meets with reporters in Episode 22
  • Rinko introduces Alice as an authentic artificial general intelligence
  • "Sword Art Online: Alicization War Of Underworld" Part 2, Episode 22 airs on Saturday
  • Rinko is set to introduce Alice to the world in "Sword Art Online: Alicization War Of Underworld" Part 2, Episode 22. However, Kirito and Asuna are still stuck in the Underworld.

    This article contains spoilers

    The official website released a set of spoiler stills and synopsis for "Sword Art Online: Alicization War Of Underworld" Part 2, Episode 22, which is titled "Alice."

    According to the synopsis, the Rath Attack Incident orchestrated by the American National Security Agency concludes. Meanwhile, Rinko, who heads the Oceanic Resource Exploration And Research Institution, will introduce Alice as the artificial general intelligence.

    In "Sword Art Online: Alicization War Of Underworld" Part 2, Episode 22, Alice will address the media and take their questions.

    "The 'Rath Attack Incident', secretly masterminded by the American National Security Agency, is now over. Now head of the newly formed Oceanic Resource Exploration & Research Institution, Rinko unveils Alice to the world as an authentic artificial general intelligence," reads the official synopsis. "Alice replies to the questions of the reporters who've gathered to see her. And at the Dicey Cafe, Sinon, Leafa, and the others look on, but there's no sign of Kirito or Asuna there…"

    The spoiler photos show Alice talking to the reporters while Sinon and Leafa are having a good time at a café. It remains to be seen if fans will get to see Asuna and Kirito in the upcoming episode.

    Meanwhile, in the last episode, Rinko learns that Asuna has decided to stay back in the Underworld with Kirito, who failed to eject safely.

    Elsewhere, Higa and Kikuoka head to the cable duct to manually log out Asuna and Kirito. However, the plan sees a major obstacle when Gabriel Miller's men led by Critter attack the facility.

    Toward the end of the episode, Critter and the other men flee the facility in a submarine. It is likely they will strike again in the forthcoming episodes.

    "Sword Art Online: Alicization War Of Underworld" Part 2, Episode 22 is slated to broadcast Saturday. Fans can watch the episode online via live streaming on AnimeLab, Crunchyroll, Funimation, Hulu and HiDive.

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