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Fate/Grand Order US 2024 Update Roadmap Revealed

Lasengle revealed the 2024 update roadmap for the English server of Fate/Grand Order. However, this is not a complete roadmap, as it only includes details between March and June 2024.

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From March 15, 2024, the Battle in New York 2024: Space Odysseus Versus Nikola Tesla event will start. In order to participate, you will need to first clear Lostbelt 1. Water Monster Crisis: The Floating Island of Innocents will start from late March 2024. While you only need to clear Lostbelt 2 to participate, it will contain spoilers for Avalon le Fae. Finally, Nanmei Yumihari: Eight Dog Chronicles will start from early June 2024. In order to participate, you will need to first clear Lostbelt 3.

The Water Monster Crisis event originally ran in April 2022 on the Japanese server. Clearing this event rewarded players with Taisui Xingjun, who is an SR Alter Ego. The Trung Sisters (SSR Saber) debuted in this event. While Nanmei Yumihari, which originally ran in June 2022, did not feature a free SR, it introduced two SSR Servants. You could get Kyokutei Bakin (Rider) and Minamoto no Tametomo (Archer).

Because the Fate/Grand Order English server is doing events in the same order as the Japanese one, only two years behind, you can also check out what the Japanese schedule was like to know what to expect after June 2024. Knowing what events and Servants will come out in advance is an advantage of playing the English version of the game. Unlike those who play the Japanese version, English players can decide if they want to save or pull depending on what banners will come next.

Fate/Grand Order is readily available on mobile devices. The first upcoming event will be Battle for New York 2024, and it’ll start from March 15, 2024.

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