Koei Tecmo announces Fate/Samurai Remnant

Koei Tecmo releases a short trailer for the action RPG Fate/Samurai Remnant, the latest project revealed in the Fate/Stay Night universe.

A teaser has been released for Koei Tecmo’s new action RPG, Fate Samurai/Remnant. The game will be a partnership between Koei Tecmo, developer Omega Force, Type-Moon, and Aniplex.

Fate Samurai/Remnant is set as an extension of the existing Destiny universe, generally better known for Destination Stay Night Y destination/zero. The series began as a visual novel, following the story of Shirou Emiya, a student who finds himself caught up in a Holy Grail War. Since then, the Destiny The series has expanded into a massive series spanning the history of mankind, with regular releases of games, movies, anime, and mobile game updates. Grand Fate/Order.


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Fate Samurai/Remnant was revealed during the Destiny New Year’s celebration, along with revelations and details of other Destiny projects under construction A short trailer for the game has been released, though it lacks actual gameplay footage. The game is set somewhere in feudal Japan and centers on a young sword-wielding protagonist who finds himself under siege. After deflecting an attack, his hand glows with a Command Seal and a Servant appears, defending him and asking if he was the one who summoned them.

There’s not much else to see in the trailer, though big fans of the Destiny The series will probably be more excited about the finale. The playable character once again finds himself under attack, but this time the assailant is revealed to be none other than Musashi Miyamoto, Japan’s legendary swordsman. However, newcomers to the series may not recognize the hero, as Destiny has Musashi gender-biased to be a female, previously appearing in Grand Fate/Order as a summonable Servant.

Koei Tecmo describes the game as an action RPG, without further information on what the gameplay will be like. Koei Tecmo and developer Omega Force are known in part for Musou-style games, such as Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, which allows players to fight huge hordes of enemies as some of the strongest and most recognizable heroes in the franchise. In Hyruleian Warriorsthis means playing as characters like Link and Zelda, but given the huge roster of Destiny servants and heroes, there’s a lot to potentially draw from, even if the game is limited to Japanese history. However, it is not yet confirmed that the title is a Musou.

with new Destiny With animation and game projects on the way, there’s plenty for fans of the series to get excited about in 2023.

Fate Samurai/Remnant It will be released in 2023 for PC, PS4, PS5, and Nintendo Switch.

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