Fate/Grand Order Lostbelt 6 Part 2 new servants

Fate/Grand Order Lostbelt 6 Part 2 is Now Available

Just a little over a month after Lostbelt 6: Fairy Realm of the Round Table: Avalon le Fae went live in the Japanese version of Fate/Grand Order, part 2 of Lostbelt 6 is now available for Masters who finished the first part. There are two new characters that you can pull for in the current banner at launch. The new Fate/Grand Order Servants are Fairy Knight Lancelot and Percival.

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After you first update the game, the TV commercial for Lostbelt 6 Part 2 will play. You can view the commercial here:

Fairy Knight Lancelot is a five-star Lancer class Servant. Marika Kouno, who voices Silence Suzuka in Uma Musume: Pretty Derby and Tsugumi Nazar in Scarlet Nexus, is her voice actress. Fairy Knight Lancelot has a gimmick where you can actually alter her Noble Phantasm, Innocence Arondight, depending on her ascension. If you use her first and second ascension, her Noble Phantasm only hits one target, whereas her third ascension allows her to use a Noble Phantasm that hits the entire enemy party.

The second new Fate/Grand Order Servant is Percival, who is a four-star Lancer. He is voiced by veteran voice actor Masaya Matsukaze, who previously voiced Cassius in Granblue Fantasy and Hisui Hearts in Tales of Hearts. His Noble Phantasm, Longinus Count Zero, damages all the enemies, as well as restores his own HP.

Just like how the global version is celebrating its fourth anniversary, the Japanese server of Fate/Grand Order is preparing to commemorate its sixth. There will be six days of online events, running from July 27 to August 1, 2021. For example, Mash’s voice actress Rie Takahashi will narrate the previous Lostbelts on the first day, and Maaya Sakamoto will have a concert on the fifth.

Fate/Grand Order is readily available worldwide on mobile devices. Lostbelt 6 Part 2, as well as the banner featuring Fairy Knight Lancelot and Percival, are only on the Japanese server.

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