Fate/Samurai Remnant Gilgamesh DLC
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Fate/Samurai Remnant Gets Gilgamesh DLC This Week

The first DLC for Koei Tecmo and Omega Force’s Fate/Samurai Remnant is set to launch on February 9, 2024, unleashing Gilgamesh and his Keian Command Championship on the masters of Edo. The DLC was originally announced back in late December 2023.

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Gilgamesh is a staple in the Fate franchise and shows up as a supporting character in Fate/Samurai Remnant, though he first appeared all the way back in the original Fate/Stay Night. Details are light on the new DLC, but what we do know is that the King of Heroes is holding a tournament of his own and will be compelling the masters and servants of the Waxing Moon ritual to take part. A certain amount of story progress will be required to play the DLC, but how much exactly is unknown.

The DLC is the first of 3 included with the game’s season pass, with the other two expected in July and September 2024. The season pass is also included with the game’s deluxe edition, although Koei Tecmo stated that the DLC episodes will be available for purchase individually at a later date, minus the season pass bonuses.

Back in January 2024, Koei Tecmo released a Fate/Samurai Remnant demo version allowing players to try the introductory segment before buying. Around the same time, mobile game Fate/Grand Order made Samurai Remnant‘s playable Saber available to pull for in its servant gacha.

The Record’s Fragment: Keian Command Championship DLC pack for Fate/Samurai Remnant featuring Gilgamesh, will launch on February 9, 2024. The game itself is readily available on the PC, PS4, PS5, and Nintendo Switch.

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