Fate/Grand Order Spins up a Lostbelt 2 Pre-release Promo

Fate/Grand Order

Fate/Grand Order players are in for a new wave of content in the wake of the recent GUDAGUDA event’s closing. July 2020 promises much, what with the upcoming celebration of the game’s third anniversary. But there’s yet more to get through before that, as Aniplex have kicked off a promo campaign ahead of the next main story chapter.

The new chapter has a mouthful of a title: Lostbelt No.2: The Eternal Icy Fire Century, Götterdämmerung – The Good Fellow of Everlasting Flame. Most fans just call it “Götterdämmerung” or the more clinical “Lostbelt 2”. Götterdämmerung also happens to be the title of the final chapter of Wagner’s Ring cycle, telling a story based on Ragnarok, the Norse myth telling of the destruction and rebirth of the world.

Thus, it behooves Fate/Grand Order Masters to catch up, if they haven’t done so already. Until July 2, 2020, main story quests will cost much less than the usual stamina to launch. Main quests in the current story arc (Lostbelt No. 1) will cost only half, while players still in “Part 1” of the main story (the seven Singularities)  will only need to pay a fourth the usual cost. There’s also a reward on-hand to encourage speedy progress: 10 Saint Quartz will be given to everyone who finishes Lostbelt No. 1 before July 1, 2020.

Those who are caught up may also appreciate a new threat to their Quartz savings: Aniplex is running its premium summoning banner early, allowing a major playable Servant from Lostbelt No. 2 to join lucky players’ rosters right away. The Servant in question is none other than French Emperor Napoleon, who appears as a 5-Star rarity Archer-class Servant.

Fate/Grand Order is available now on Android and iOS. The Lostbelt No. 2 campaign will run until July 2, 2020. Fans interested in more concrete info can watch Aniplex’s “Chaldea Broadcasting Station U.S. Branch” stream on June 22, 2020.

Josh Tolentino
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