News Fate/Extella Link's Gameplay Videos Preview Mumei, Nero
posted on 2018-02-07 11:22 EST by Jennifer Sherman
The official website for Marvelous and Type-Moon's Fate/Extella Link PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita game began streaming two character gameplay videos on Wednesday. The videos preview the characters Mumei (Nameless) and Nero Claudius.
The game will ship in Japan on June 7. As revealed previously, limited premium editions of the game on both versions will contain a bonus Mahjong set with art by Arco Wada. The PS4 edition will include a special costume for Scathach, while the PS Vita version will include a special costume for Archer. Save data can also be transferred from Fate/Extella to the new game to access special costumes for Altera, Nero, Artoria, and Tamamo no Mae.
The game will feature the new Servant Charlemagne of the Saber class, voiced by Ryohei Kimura. His Noble Phantasm is Joyeuse Ordre, The Twelve Shining Swords That Encircle the World and Point to the Hero King.
Other confirmed Servants include:
- Nero Claudius of the Saber class (voiced by Sakura Tange)
- Tamamo-no-Mae of the Caster class (voiced by Chiwa Saito)
- Francis Drake of the Rider class (voiced by Urara Takano)
- Astolfo of the Rider class (voiced by Rumi Okubo)
- Scáthach of the Lancer class (voiced by Mamiko Noto)
- Mumei (Nameless) of the Archer class (voiced by Junichi Suwabe)
The game will also feature a new design for Master, the game's protagonist and player character. As with previous games in the series, the player is free to make a name and choose the Master's gender.
XSEED Games and Marvelous released Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in North America and Europe in January 2017. The game launched for the same platforms in Japan in November 2016. Marvelous released a Nintendo Switch version last July. XSEED Games also released a PC version on Steam last July.
Kinoko Nasu wrote the game's main scenario, and Hikaru Sakurai was the scenario assistant. Arco Wada designed the characters, and Takashi Takeuchi was credited as the Fate series original character designer. Type-Moon produced the game's music.
Source: MoCa News