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.