The current developer of Fate/Grand Order and the Witch on the Holy Night remake, as well as the publisher of Melty Blood: Type Lumina, Lasengle, has officially made a publisher page on Steam.
While this alone doesn’t signify anything of importance in the near future, it could just as equally hint toward future developments. The most evident example of an incoming occurrence many fans hope for is a Fate/Grand Order PC port.
Mobile games making their way over to PC for an increased player base and greater realized potential with game presentation has become increasingly common. The most recent case of this, Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis, is set to launch on PC this month with 4K resolution, 120 FPS support, and remapping for controls.
This development is simply worth keeping in the back of your mind while tempering expectations.
Thanks to Kars for catching this news.
You can view Lasengle’s official website for additional details about their history.
Fate/Grand Order by Lasengle, Aniplex, and TYPE-MOON is an ongoing mobile game that brought the Fate franchise and tangentially related ones to new heights of popularity. While it’s particularly admonished by many for its harsh gacha, it’s loved for its engaging storyline, such as Lostbelt No.6, which many fans were eagerly anticipating.
Fate/Grand Order is available on mobile devices via iOS and Android.
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