Free PlayStation VR Exclusive Fate/Grand Order VR Gets 360 Degrees Trailer

Delightworks shows off the upcoming free PlayStation VR game Fate/Grand Order VR Featuring Mashu Kyrielight in 360 degrees.

on November 29, 2017 2:24 AM

Today developer Delightworks and Type-Moon released a new trailer for the upcoming Fate/Grand Order VR experience titled Fate/Grand Order VR Featuring Mashu Kyrielight.

The trailer is actually at 360 degrees, so you can kind of experience the game by moving the camera around with the mouse, and can even use a VR headset or Google Cardboard to kind of simulate how it will work.

The game was developed by the series’ traditional studio Delightworks in collaboration with Sony Interactive Entertainment, and it will feature its own unique story

The trailer features, of course, popular protagonist and “servant” Mashu Kyrielight as she interacts with the virtual environment. On top of this, we also get a screenshot of another setting that will be include in the game, and a look at a PS4 theme and avatar that will be distributed to Japanese PlayStation Plus subscribers between December 6th and Mach 6th, 2018.

The game itself will be completely free, distributed on the Japanese PlayStation Store. It will release on December 6th, and at the moment we don’t know if and when it’ll get a western localization.

For the moment, you can check out the video below.  If you want to see more, you can also enjoy a previous trailer, and the original announcement from January.

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