Fate/Samurai Remnant Introduces the Textile Wholesaler of Babyloni-ya, Gilgamesh

Koei Tecmo has updated the official website for the upcoming Omega Force-developed action JRPG Fate/Samurai Remnant, introducing a new supporting character, Boss, who is just Gilgamesh. He’s categorized under the same umbrella as Ogasawara Kaya and the Crimson Codex. He runs a textile wholesale store in Asakusa for some reason.

Fate/Samurai Remnant, developed by Omega Force, will depict a Grail War held in the Keian Era, Edo Period Japan, where participants comprising seven pairs of Masters and summoned Servants of figures from historical and mythological importance. A “Waxing Moon Ritual” is also being held in the city’s underbelly. Protagonist Miyamoto Iori, residing in Asaka, fights in this Grail War with his Servant Saber to achieve the “Waxing Moon Vessel.”

Miyamoto utilizes the Niten Ichiryu style of swordsmanship. In battle, players can direct Servants to perform certain maneuvers or take control of them directly. Further, players can explore Edo, made up of row houses, samurai residences, and brothels where NPC and animal interaction are possible. Moreover, there are unspecified challenges players can anticipate.

You can view the official render and profile for Gilgamesh below:

Boss (Gilgamesh), voiced by Tomokazu Seki – “I am the true and rightful king of all creation! And on top of that,
I currently work as a textile wholesaler.”
The boss of Babyloni-ya, a textile wholesale store that suddenly opened in Asakusa. He is always arrogant and hubristic, and even calls Iori and the others “mongrels.”
He is sometimes seen surrounded by children who visit his store.

You can view a new screenshot of Gilgamesh in Fate /Samurai Remnant below:


Fate /Samurai Remnant will launch for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam on September 29, 2023.

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