New Fate Extra/Record Trailer From Art Exhibit Shared by Fan

New Fate Extra/Record Trailer From Art Exhibit Shared by Fan

During the ongoing Fate/Extra-themed art exhibit in Ginza, fan @Arcueid1310 has recorded the newest trailer for Fate Extra/Record that was exclusively revealed at the venue. More of the game’s dungeon exploration is focused on alongside the hub school setting and various Servants and Masters.

You can view the latest trailer for Fate Extra/Record via the dedicated fan below. Since the footage is recorded through a phone and not directly captured, the footage quality isn’t the best, but it more than gets the job done. Thanks to @Arcueid1310 for sharing this video. Hopefully, Type-Moon officially shares this trailer online sooner rather than later.

Fate Extra/Record is a remake of the original Fate/Extra released for PSP. It follows a male or female protagonist with a choosable servant, ranging from Nero (Saber), Tamamo (Caster), and Emiya (Archer). No platforms or a release date have been confirmed.

The protagonist, canonically named Hakuno Kishinami, regardless of gender, is an amnesiac who finds themselves in a Grail War. Strangely, this setting seems to differ significantly from conventional reality, and learning the intricacies surrounding their circumstances is at the core of Hakuno’s initial objectives.

Combat is turn-based, consisting of a rock-paper-scissors design where players must innately understand their opponents’ movesets to prevail. Japan received this title in July 2010, while the West first saw it in November 2021 via publisher Aksys Games.

Fate/Extra would receive a follow-up entry titled Fate/Extra CCC for the PSP in Japan in March 2013. However, it has never been localized.

The Type-Moon developed visual novel, Witch on the Holy Night, is coming to the West on December 8, 2022, for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo SwitchWitch on the Holy Night (Mahoutsukai no Yoru in Japanese) is an enhanced edition of the Type-Moon visual novel released for PC in Japan back in 2012.

Published by Aniplex, this console edition will include voices and higher definition artwork and will also add extra language options for English and Chinese (Simplified and Traditional).

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