Fate/stay night [Realta Nua] Opening Animations Uploaded by Ufotable; Fate, Unlimited Blade Works & Heaven’s Feel

Fate/stay night [Realta Nua] Opening Animations Uploaded by Ufotable; Fate, Unlimited Blade Works & Heaven’s Feel

Prominent animation studio ufotable has published official YouTube uploads of their openings for the Type-Moon-developed Fate/stay night [Realta Nua]. These animations specifically originate from the visual novel’s PlayStation Vita port.

Fate/stay night features three routes; Fate, Unlimited Blade Works, and Heaven’s Feel. The lattermost is arguably the most beloved by fans, with a well-done movie trilogy also animated by ufotable. The company worked on a two-cour anime adaption for Unlimited Blade Works, too.

Unfortunately, despite the IP’s growing relevance in the West, incredibly bolstered by the presence of Fate/Grand Order, no edition of Fate/stay night has ever been localized.

However, it’s possible that it may finally officially grace Western shores in the near future, thanks to one of Type-Moon’s newer visual novel releases, Witch on the Holy Night, launching worldwide next month. Here’s hoping this game’s launch succeeds so more of Type-Moon’s extensive catalog can be enjoyed by vaster crowds.

You can view the opening for the Fate route of Fate/stay night [Realta Nua] below:

You can view the opening for the Unlimited Blade Works route of Fate/stay night [Realta Nua] below:

You can view the opening for the Heaven’s Feel route of Fate/stay night [Realta Nua] below:

Witch on the Holy Night is releasing worldwide for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on December 8, 2022.

Check out our most recent coverage of Fate/Extra Record, the upcoming remake of Fate/Extra. A new trailer was revealed alongside an extensive art exhibit.

The Fate/Extra Last Encore anime is receiving an official soundtrack release, with new art by Mieko Hosoi featuring Nero.

The Fate/Extra CCC English fan translation has been recently completed, with editing and testing phases remaining.

The Fate/strange Fake: Whispers of Dawn anime special was announced for the end of this year with a simultaneous English dub launch.

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