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Fate/Grand Order RPG's New TV Ad Announces Late July Launch

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Kinoko Nasu's story set in 7 eras of history with a scenario for each Servant

A new television commercial for Type-Moon's Fate/Grand Order smartphone role-playing game debuted on Sunday and announced its launch in late July.

Text: A New Fate RPG
Voice & Text: That was a story of taking back the future
Text: Now accepting players for pre-registration!
Text: Fate/Grand Order starts in late July!
Text: You can get Saber Lily!

A main visual from all the main illustrators and more story details also debuted on Sunday:

The story is set in seven eras of human history. The seven chapters of the story total more than 1 million Japanese characters, and each of the servants also has his or her own story scenario.

The game will feature:

a Saber designed by huke and voiced by Mamiko Noto

a Rider designed by Mineji Sakamoto and voiced by Saori Hayami

an Assassin designed by Nakahara and voiced by Mamoru Miyano

a Caster designed by Shimokoshi (Type-Moon) and voiced by Takehito Koyasu

a Lancer designed by Type-Moon's Hirokazu Koyama (Fate/Zero's Sword/Berserker) and voiced by Mamiko Noto

a Berserker designed by artist PFALZ and voiced by Kunihiko Yasui

an Archer designed by pako (Rental Magica, Un-Go) and voiced by Nobunaga Shimazaki

The game will run on iOS and Android devices. Kinoko Nasu supervised and wrote the scenario with Yūichirō Higashide and Hikaru Sakurai. Takashi Takeuchi is in charge of character designs and art direction. To celebrate the milestone of over 500,000 pre-registered players, all pre-registered players will receive the Servant Saber Lily and two rare divine stones as bonuses.

4Gamer posted screenshots from the game.

Source: 4Gamer

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