FATE/Grand Order Arcade Second Trailer Has Released

FATE/Grand Order Arcade Second Trailer Has Released

Woo!

Michelle McLean by Michelle McLean on Dec 07, 2017 @ 06:53 AM (Staff Bios)
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FATE/Grand Order has been quite the nifty little gacha title on mobile, but it provided you with a more... complete experience. The customization is deep, there is a lot of storyline to keep you engaged, and overall... it's just fun. It's the first mobile title in a looooong while to maintain my interest - and the holiday event is just the icing on the cake.

Nevertheless, the title has been rather popular, and now we're seeing the series expand beyond mobile and into arcades. And yes, once you see the trailer, you'll be reminded of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. So yes, check out the three-dimensional glory below in the second trailer:



Interested? Not interested? How can you not be interested?

Anyway, we might see it in the west, and we may not. I mean, we've seen the title on mobile, so there is a chance it will appear at the arcade or on console? Please?

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