PlayStation VR Exclusive Fate/Grand Order VR Gets New Trailer and Release Window

 Fate/Grand Order VR Featuring Mashu Kyrielight will bring a new waifu to a PS4 near you (at least in Japan), this winter.

on July 28, 2017 11:06 PM

While the announcement of Fate/Grand Order Arcade might have left you pining for a true console release, PlayStation 4 owners may at least find solace in Fate/Grand Order VR Featuring Mashu Kyrielight for PlayStation VR.

Today, during the Fate/Grand Order Fes 2017 being held at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, near Tokyo, Type-Moon announced the Japanese release window and showcased a new trailer.

The game will be released in Japan in Winter 2017, exclusively on the PlayStation Store.

The trailer showcases fan favorite character Mashu Kyrielight herself, with all the fanservice that you can expect from this kind of “experience the waifu in VR” game. Basically, we get to see her as she changes out of her clothes and into her battle uniform for training.

For those unfamiliar with the announcement back in January, the game is in development at Fate/Grand Order developer Delightworks in collaboration with Sony Interactive Entertainment, and it will feature its own unique story, different from the Fate/Grand Order mobile game. The genre is defined “Fate VR Drama”

The mobile Fate/Grand Order mobile game itself has recently been released in the west, so the possibility of this coming west isn’t zero, I guess. If you want to learn more, you can check out our interview with Creative Director Yosuke Shiokawa.

PlayStation VR Exclusive Fate/Grand Order VR Gets New Trailer and Release Window

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