Fate/Samurai Remnant Originally Planned to Feature Punishing Gameplay; Made Approachable & Newcomer-Friendly, Such as for Fate/Grand Order Fans

The producer of the Omega Force-developed action RPG Fate/Samurai Remnant, Tomohiko Sho, was recently interviewed by the Japanese outlet Automaton-Media. The article is rather lengthy, but it has quite a bit of notable insight.

One particular bit of information regards how Fate/Samurai Remnant was originally planned to be a far more punishing action game that’d require much more from players than what the final game ended up as.

However, the game was made more approachable so it could be more newcomer-friendly, such as for players of the ongoing mobile title Fate/Grand Order. Personally, I would’ve preferred the direction for greater challenge, but when considering the massive player base for Fate/Grand Order, this pivot makes sense.

The producer also mentioned wanting the game to receive an anime adaptation.

You can view the full interview for additional comments. Thanks to Kars on Twitter for sharing this news.

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In Fate/Samurai Remnant, a battle of immense significance known as the Waxing Moon Ritual unfolds. This Ritual holds the power to grant any and all wishes, serving as the focal point of the narrative. Seven individuals, known as Masters, are vying for the opportunity to have their wishes fulfilled through the Ritual. In their quest, these Masters summon seven Heroic Spirits, referred to as Servants, into this world to aid them in their endeavors. Thus commences the battle between these seven Masters and their loyal Servants.

Within the game, players will find themselves immersed in the city of Edo, where the Waxing Moon Ritual takes center stage. To achieve victory in this Ritual, players must engage in a multifaceted action RPG experience that encompasses elements such as combat, exploration, and conversation. The game intricately weaves these elements together to provide a comprehensive Fate experience.

Fans can purchase the Digital Deluxe Edition, which houses the base game, a digital artbook, soundtrack; the Season Pass, comprising three sets releasing at later dates; and the Season Pass bonus item, “Hallowed Relic Sword Mountings.”

Fate/Samurai Remnant is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.

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