Fate/EXTELLA LINK Launch Week DLC Adds Young Altera, Li'l Characters and Swimsuit Outfits

Alongside the release of Fate/EXTELLA LINK, which was released today on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita within Europe and Australia, we happy to confirm that a selection of downloadable content has also been released; including Young Altera as a playable character.

This newly released content adds a selection of swimsuits and Li'l variations of popular Fate/EXTELLA characters to the game. Additionally Young Altera, who plays an important role within the story of Fate/EXTELLA LINK, is now available to purchase as a playable character.

All of this content can be used in both offline and online gameplay modes; and for PlayStation platforms the content is also cross-buy compatible. This means PlayStation users will receive access to the content on both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

Week 1: 22nd March 2019:

Available as Bundle and Individual Items

The following items will be available to purchase as either a Bundle Pack, known as a set, or as an individual item.

Tropical Set

This bundle contains the following items:

  • Burning Bikini 
  • Beach Flower 
  • Cool & Sporty 
  • Beach Bloody Demoness 
  • Captain's Glorious Summer Vacation 
  • Brave King's Surf Shorts

Li'l Character Set 1

This bundle contains the following items:

  • Li'l Eliza
  • Li'l Nameless
  • Li'l Gil
  • Li'l Jeanne
  • Li'l Artoria
  • Li'l Charlie
  • Li'l Scathach

Available as Individual Items

The following content is available to purchase as individual items.

  • Li'l Altera*
  • Li'l Nero*
  • Li'l Tamamo no Mae*
  • Young Altera 

*The Li'l Altera, Li'l Nero and Li'l Tamamo no Mae outfits are included with the Nintendo Switch version of Fate/EXTELLA LINK and for a limited time this content will be free to download on the PlayStation Store and Steam Store. Once this promotional period has ended the costumes will become premium DLC.

Fate/EXTELLA LINK is now available for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita within Europe and Australia. Publishing partner XSEED Games also released Fate/EXTELLA LINK onto the Windows PC (via Steam) worldwide on the 19th March 2019.


1 comment

  • It´s so unfair that the digtal preordr got the ne Saber outfit whily the peopl bought hard copy le get jimmpded off from it fix this that so unfair and not right!

    Thst Prinny Guy

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