Fate/EXTELLA LINK Now Available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 & PlayStation Vita within Europe

It is time to summon your servants to the battlefield, as we are excited to confirm that Fate/EXTELLA LINK, which is a direct sequel to the events of Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star, is now available digitally and physically for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4, as well as digitally for the PlayStation Vita, within Europe and Australia.

Publishing partner XSEED Games has also released a digital version of Fate/EXTELLA LINK for Windows PC worldwide via Steam.

Fate/EXTELLA LINK is available physically at selected retailers within Europe for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4, as well as digitally within Europe and Australia for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

A Collector's Edition of Fate/EXTELLA LINK, known as the Joyeuse Edition, is also available for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 and is exclusive to the Marvelous Games Store.

Those interested in the Joyeuse Edition of Fate/EXTELLA LINK can also get a first-hand-look at its contents with our official unboxing.

 
FAte/EXTELLA LINK - Joyeuse Edition Contents:

  • Fate/EXTELLA LINK Game
  • Fate/EXTELLA LINK soundtrack CD
  • 10 collectible 7.6cm by 12.7cm cards depicting each of the new Servants
  • 43.1cm by 60.9cm cloth poster
  • 7.6cm by 11.4cm Acrylic diorama featuring the Servants Nero, Drake, and Scáthach
  • DLC Code for Bowman of Justice Outfit for Nameless and Sergeant of the Shadow lands Outfit for Scathach

As a reminder those who have save data for Fate/EXTELLA The Umbral Star on their system will be able to unlock a selection of outfits within Fate/EXTELLA LINK. Crimson Noble Wear (Nero), Student Outfit (Tamamo), Head Nurse of Steel (Altera) & Lapis Lazuli Dress (Artoria) outfits will become unlocked when starting Fate/EXTELLA LINK.

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


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