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Fate/Grand Order Cosmos in the Lostbelt Goes Live

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    Cosmos in the Lostbelt

    The moment Fate/Grand Order players have been waiting for has arrived: Cosmos in the Lostbelt is here. The next major narrative update to the hit mobile game has gone live as of the March 27, 2020 update, according to Aniplex.

    Cosmos in the Lostbelt is the umbrella title for “Part Two” of Fate/Grand Order‘s main story campaign. “Part One” was the base game released in 2017. In it, players explored Singularities throughout time to reverse the Incineration of Humanity by the King of Mages, Solomon. The Babylonia, Camelot, and Solomon anime adaptations all take place within Part 1. Prior to the launch of Cosmos in the LostbeltFate/Grand Order used the subtitle Epic of Remnant. Functioning as more of an interlude, Epic of Remnant‘s story chapters dealt with the aftermath of the events of Part 1, while also setting up more independent adventures that can be played in any order.

    Cosmos in the Lostbelt opens with its first available chapter, titled Lostbelt No. 1: Permafrost Empire, Anastasia – The Grand Duchess of the Beast Nation –. Human history is gone, with only a few people remaining and the past erased by invaders. You and your Servants must work with allies to restore the world.

    Aniplex also uploaded a localized commercial spot for Lostbelt No. 1:

    Aside from the new story chapters, the game also includes a number of updates. Players tackling the new Lostbelt will receive a new Mystic Code outfit, “Chaldea Uniform – Arctic:”

    Mystic Code Chaldea Uniform Arctic

    Shielder Servant Mash Kyrielight also receives an update to her combat animations and Noble Phantasm:

    New low-rarity Craft Essences will be added to the free Friend Point Summon system, replacing the previous ones:

    Craft Essences

    Players willing to roll on the gacha will also have new Servants to try for, including the 4-Star Berserker Atalante Alter, the 3-Star Caster Avicebron, and the 5-Star Caster, Anastasia herself:

    Fate/Grand Order is available on Apple iOS and Android devices.

    Josh Tolentino
    Josh Tolentino helped run Japanator as Managing Editor since 2012, before it and Siliconera teamed up. That said, it's been years since he watched enough anime to keep his otaku license valid. Maybe one day he'll see enough of a given season to pretend to know what's hot. Until then, it's Star Trek reruns, gacha games, and bylines at Destructoid and GameCritics.




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