Fate/EXTELLA Link Officially Revealed with First Screenshots; Platforms Unknown

Marvelous Entertainment officially reveals Fate/EXTELLA Link with its first new servant, even if platforms are still unknown.

August 30, 2017

Today Marvelous Entertainment officially revealed its new Fate/EXTELLA game, titled Fate/EXTELLA Link.

It’s a sequel of the previous game, and on top of the original sixteen servants, more will be added. The first has been revealed today, and he the Saber-class “white knight” Charlemagne.

He’s a young man at times a bit too blunt and not too suitable to be king. He tends to behave and dress according to what it’s cool.

The graphics of the game have been improved compared to its predecessor, and gameplay has been “powered up” focusing on the actions of servants. The masters themselves will also get a new costume reminiscent of battlefield outfits. Their gender and names can be freely selected.

Last, but not least we get to see Nero and Tamamo No Mae’s Moon realms, which have also been updated to look better than in the previous game.

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For the moment platforms, price and release window are unknown, but it’s very likely that we’ll hear more at Tokyo Game Show. While platforms have not been announced, it was mentioned that the game is for home consoles.

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