Fate/EXTELLA LINK Joyeuse Edition And Emperor of Paladins Edition Revealed For Europe

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Marvelous Europe has announced revealed plans to produce two Fate/EXTELLA LINK limited editions for the region, in the Emperor of Paladins Edition and Joyeuse Edition.

The Joyeuse Edition £74.99 (€79.99) throws in a soundtrack CD, collectible cards, cloth poster and acrylic diorama, whereas the Emperors of Paladins Edition £119.99 (€129.99) has all that and a themed Mahjong tile set.

Created with the same high-speed action gameplay, Fate/EXTELLA LINK’s story picks up after the events in Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star. You can expect improved visuals and new battle mechanics in single-player and the new 4-on-4 online multiplayer mode.

The 16 original Servants from Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star make a return, with characters from the other Fate series rallying to their side like Astolfo from Fate/Apocrypha, Scáthach from Fate/Grand Order and Fate/Extra’s Francis Drake.

And, Fate/stay night creator and Fate/EXTRA scenario writer Kinoko Nasu returns as supervising director, helping to create a story that continues to develop the lore of the universe.

Fate/EXTELLA LINK will release for Nintendo Switch in Japan on 31st January 2019, and in Europe and North America in Q1 2019.

Fate/EXTELLA LINK Joyeuse Edition Photo

Fate/EXTELLA LINK Joyeuse Edition Contents:

  • Physical copy of the game
  • Soundtrack CD
  • A pack of 10 collectible 7.6cm by 12.7cm cards depicting each of the new Servants
  • A 43.1cm by 60.9cm cloth poster
  • A 7.6cm by 11.4cm acrylic diorama

Fate/EXTELLA LINK Emperor of Paladins Edition Photo

Fate/EXTELLA LINK Emperor of Paladins Edition Contents:

  • Physical copy of the game
  • Soundtrack CD
  • A pack of 10 collectible 7.6cm by 12.7cm cards depicting each of the new Servants
  • A 43.1cm by 60.9cm cloth poster
  • A 7.6cm by 11.4cm acrylic diorama
  • ‘Holy Tile of the Moon’ Mahjong tiles featuring characters from the Fate/EXTELLA franchise
Alex Seedhouse
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