Check Out the Latest Summer Servants and Costumes Coming to Fate/Grand Order’s Japanese Client

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The Fate/Grand Order 5th Anniversary stream has given players a glimpse at upcoming summer Servants and costumes in Fate/Grand Order‘s Japanese client. Fans of the series, and mobile game, will be pleased to see Servants like Sesshōin Kiara, Illyasviel von Einzbern, and Brynhildr receive summer variants. Additionally, Emiya, Lanling Wang, and Sigurd will be receiving summer costumes. [Thanks, HDKirin!]

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Full disclaimer, these costumes will currently only be available to the Japanese client of Fate/Grand Order for now. They will more than likely arrive on the global client of Fate/Grand Order sometime in the future. This is the same for many of the previously released summer Servants and cosmetics.

You can look at images of the upcoming Fate/Grand Order summer Servants and summer costumes below:

Fate/Grand Order’s global client currently has a summer festival underway. During the Summer Servant Festival, global players will have the opportunity to grab the summer variant of Jeanne d’Arc Alter by participating in the event. Limited summer Servant banners are also available at this time. This includes summer Ibaraki-douji, Ushiwakamaru, and Queen Medb. Summer costumes include Caster Gilgamesh, Robin Hood, and Edmond Dantes. The Summer Servant Festival will last until August 22, 2020.

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


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