‘Fate/Grand Order’ Mobile Game Gets Servant Class Assassin Trailer [VIDEO]


'Fate/Grand Order' Mobile Game Gets Servant Class Assassin Trailer [VIDEO]
'Fate/Grand Order' Mobile Game Gets Servant Class Assassin Trailer [VIDEO]

   

  Streaming anime series outside of Japan simultaneously is definitely better than the old days of waiting until home video release.

Unfortunately, sometimes you miss surrounding commercials that may be relevant to the series you’re watching.

Luckily for “Fate/stay night Unlimited Blade Works” fans, the relevant ads for mobile game “Fate/Grand Order” are able to stream on YouTube.

The new ad features the servant class Assassin, who will be voiced by Mamoru Miyano.

Fans can watch the new trailer for “Fate/Grand Order” below.

      Some fans on Siliconera reacted to the new Assassin Servant class trailer with excitement: “Looks cool.

Looking forward to this even though I’m not fond of smartphones,” said Mr.

SevenVerse.

“Miyano Mamoru – Yay! Smiling character – Oh no, it’s not his ‘fate/zero’ voice.

Glasses – Oh God, you destroyed me,” exclaimed Alexandra Cordes.

The original “Fate/stay night” creator Kinoko Nasu is credited for writing and overseeing the original scenario for the game alongside Yuichiro Higashide and Hikaru Sakurai.

Takashi Takeuchi created the original characters and art, however the game will feature designs by a number of different artists.

So far, the following voice cast was announced: Ayako Kawasumi as Saber (designed by Takashi Takeuchi) Maaya Sakamoto as Ruler (designed by Takashi Takeuchi) Junichi Suwabe as Archer (designed by Takashi Takeuchi) Mamiko Noto as Saber (designed by huke) Anime News Network reports the followings scenario for “Fate/grand order”: “The game takes place in 2015.

The player takes the role of either a male or female amateur master candidate from the “humanity continuation security organization” named “Caldea.” The organization exists to amend the periods of human history that have gone awry and out of order.

The protagonists use the “Fate” system to summon great heroes of the past and undertake seven Holy Grail quests (called Grand Orders).

   

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