Fate/EXTELLA Link details story, evolved action

Charlemagne to the rescue.

Marvelous has released new information and screenshots of Fate/EXTELLA Link detailing the story, as well as the evolved “High-Speed Servant Action” gameplay.

Get the details below.

■ A New Threat Approaches the Moon World

The Master—who was walking through the domain of the spiritron-constructed virtual world, SE.RA.PH, where the conflict was subdued with the newly born Altera in the battle over the Holy Grail of the Moon—suddenly encountered a cluster of aggressive programs.

The Masters were overwhelmed by the assault of the aggressive programs, which should have no longer appeared with the arrival of peace, but then an unknown Servant—Charlemagne—appeared before them.

“The gallant slaying here is pretty stylish!”

The Master was able to overcome the crisis with the help of Charlemagne, but the young Altera, who was supposed to have been nearby, disappeared—.



■ “High-Speed Servant Action” Evolved

Even More Intense and Exhilarating High-Speed Servant Action

Combine light attacks and heavy attacks to unleash various combos. Use cooperative techniques to kick about the countless enemies that stand in your way.




—From aerial attacks that launch the opponent to dashes, guards, and more, make use of various actions and freely run through the battlefield.



Overcome Various Situations and Seize Victory

The state of battle will change with every passing moment. Various missions await the Master and Servant, including rescuing important characters from waves of enemies and destroying designated targets.




Battle Masters Across the Country in Online Battles

The PlayStation 4 verison will include a newly added online battle mode. Battle rules and detailed information will be shared in a future update.

Fate/EXTELLA Link is due out for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan on June 7.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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