Fate/EXTELLA details and screenshots: Artoria, Gilgamesh, and Mumei, short gameplay video

Meet the latest confirmed playable Servants.

Marvelous has released new information, screenshots, and a short gameplay video of Fate/EXTELLA, its upcoming “Servant battle action” game in the Fate series for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.

The new details introduce Artoria Pendragon, Gilgamesh, and Mumei—three newly confirmed playable Servants—as well as some of the game’s systems. If you missed it, we previously detailed Nero, Tamamo no Mae, and Attila.

Get the new information below.

■ Characters

Artoria Pendragon

  • Voiced by: Ayako Kawasumi
  • Class: Saber
  • Noble Phantasm: Sword of Promised Victory (Excalibur)


King Arthur. A knight that supervises the Knights of the Round Table. She is a king given life as a dragon to protect Britain. She has elevated combat capabilities due to the vast amount of magical power in her possession, with a single blow the level of a godly attack.


  • Voiced by: Tomokazu Seki
  • Class: Archer
  • Noble Phantasm: The Star of Creation that Split Heaven and Earth (Enuma Elish)


A hero of Mesopotamian mythology. He calls himself “The Oldest King of Heroes.” The oldest in human history, he is “the king who became a legend.” He is an arbitrator who, although having inherited the blood of a god, lived among the people. In order to possess the originals of every Noble Phantasm, he specializes in the killing of heroes.


  • Voiced by: Junichi Suwabe
  • Class: Archer
  • Noble Phantasm: Infinite Creation of Swords (Unlimited Blade Works)


A wrought iron soul dressed in a red cloak. He is a cool-headed cynic, but is in fact very caring. Though he is an Archer, he is also proficient in hand-to-hand combat. Despite not having a powerful Noble Phantasm, he is able to handle anything thrown his way.

■ System

High-Speed Servant Action


In Fate/EXTELLA, players can freely run about the battlefield while controlling a Servant, and trigger a variety of combo attacks with a combination of weak attacks and strong attacks.

Additionally, the battlefield isn’t limited to just the ground. Players are able to avoid swarms of enemies with an aerial dash and launch a concentrated attack. Furthermore, violent attacks from enemies can also be eclipsed with a guard.

Area Supremacy Battle


An Area Supremacy Battle sees Servants attacking camps known as “Sectors” in a battle to obtain “Regime Matrix” keys that indicate control of the area. Although you’ll win if you collect 15 Regime Matrices, each sector has a different number of keys.

Rather than just destroy the enemy, fighting while considering things like “prioritizing attacks from a Sector with more keys” or “fighting while protecting your own Sector targeted by an enemy” is also important.

Extella Maneuver


An Extella Maneuver is a special attack that can be triggered by consuming a gauge. It can collectively damage those surrounding the main enemy it strikes. Furthermore, by consuming more of the gauge during the attack, a continuous attack becomes possible, allowing you to deal great damage to an army of enemies all at once.

Data Share


Through PlayStation Network, you can upload your PlayStation 4 or PS Vita save data and transfer it between platforms. This is called Cross-Save. Additionally, through Ad-hoc mode in the PS Vita version, you can exchange profile cards between users. And if the save data of a PS Vita version that exchanged cards is transferred into the PlayStation 4 version, you can get additional items for use in the game.

Fate/EXTELLA is due out for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan on November 10. It will be released in standard and limited editions. A western release has not been announced, but is rumored to be in localization at XSEED Games.

Watch the (soundless) gameplay video below. View the screenshots at the gallery.

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