Opening Animation for Fate/Samurai Remnant Game by CloverWorks

(Last Updated On: August 12, 2023)

Koei Tecmo’s eagerly awaited action RPG within the Fate franchise, Fate/Samurai Remnant, has unveiled its mesmerizing animated opening on its official website. The captivating video provides a sneak peek into the game’s thematic anthem “Zanya Gensō,” brought to life by LICCA/Spiral Ladder.

Under Nakaya Onsen’s skillful direction and CloverWorks’ expert production, the video comes to life.

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Mark your calendars, as the game is set to launch on September 28 in Japan and the following day, September 29, worldwide. Koei Tecmo America paints the game’s narrative canvas: The Keian Era’s fourth year, in the backdrop of the Edo Period.

An epoch marked by calm after the storm of a bloody era, where tranquility reigned. However, the shadows are poised for the commencement of the “Waxing Moon Ritual,” pitting seven pairs of Masters and Servants in an imminent clash. Amid this maelstrom, Miyamoto Iori, a young Asakusa resident, becomes an unwitting participant in this Holy Grail War’s violence.

Bringing characters to life is Rei Wataru, acclaimed artist of Fate/Grand Order -Epic of Remnant- Pseudo-Singularity III, where the prominent figure is Miyamoto Musashi. Overseeing the game’s narrative tapestry are Hikaru Sakurai, known for their steampunk visual novel series, and Yuichiro Higashide, the brilliant mind behind Tokyo Babel, both renowned for their contributions to Fate/Grand Order’s scenarios.

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Ready for a global audience, the game will be available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Steam for PC, and the Switch. Under the vigilant guidance of Type-Moon and a collaborative effort with Aniplex, the project is set to captivate enthusiasts across the world.


Source: Fate/Samurai Remnant game’s website

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