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Fate/EXTELLA LINK Coming Stateside 2019

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XSEED Games announced today that Fate/EXTELLA LINK will come out for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in Q1 2019.

A follow-up to Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star, Fate/EXTELLA LINK will add 10 Servants to the original 16 Servants. The gameplay has received a number of different tweaks that players will take advantage of as they battle through the massive invading armies that attempt to take over the virtual world SE.RA.PH. The PlayStation 4 version will include 4-on-4 online battles with up to seven other players.

A base camp, which is made up of a medieval cathedral raised into the sky will be able for exploration. While there, players can interact with their Servants to build up meaningful bonds. In addition, different Servants can support their main Servant with tasks like guarding against an enemy attack or attacking together when an Active Skill is used.

You can view the 2018 E3 trailer below:

Fate/Extella Link – E3 2018 Trailer | PS4

Source: Press Release
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