Fate/Grand Order Arcade second trailer, screenshots, key visual, and game machine

Arcade game due out in Japan in 2018.

Fate/Grand Order Arcade

Sega has released the second official trailer, new screenshots, key visual, and revealed the game machine for Fate/Grand Order Arcade, which is due out in Japanese game centers in 2018.

The game machine features a joystick and two buttons, and the lower right of the unit is equipped with a dispenser for real cards summoned in the game. The screen itself is a touch panel, allowing you to choose which commands to give your Servants by touch.

In Fate/Grand Order Arcade, three Masters (players) that meet through the online network will form a team and compete in three-on-three battles. The goal is to defeat the enemy team by controlling Servants and working together with your team. Masters can form a party of up to three Servants. Confirmed playable Servants include Sabers Artoria Pendragon and Siegfried, Archers Emiya and Atalanta, and Lancers Elizabeth Bathory and Leonidas.

A location test for the arcade game will take place from December 8 to 10 at Sega Akihabara Buildings 1 and 3 during Fate/Grand Order Akihabara Festival 2017. Location test participants will be selected via a free raffle, the application period of which has already ended. The game will also exhibit Japan Amusement Expo 2018, which runs from February 9 to 11.

Watch the trailer below. View the new images, which include screenshots, the key visual, and the game machine, at the gallery.

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