Fate/Grand Order Nero Festival 2021

Grand Nero Festival Revival Event Goes Live in Fate/Grand Order

The Japanese version of Fate/Grand Order has started a new revival event, the Grand Nero Festival ~ 2021 Early Summer. The Grand Nero Festival will run from June 30 to July 14, 2021. The original Nero Festival first appeared in 2017. In addition, players who missed the previous Nero Festivals now have the chance to unlock Nero’s Olympian Bloomers Spiritron Dress.

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The entire list of teams you will face off against during Grand Nero Festival is available on the official Fate/Grand Order website. There are also exhibition quests where enemies have special, more challenging gimmicks, and you will not be able to continue on if you lose. The event banner features Brynhildr (Lancer) and Nero Claudius (Caster).

As per the usual with box gacha events, players can farm Crimson Petals to then spend in the lottery. The lottery holds items such as the aforementioned Olympian Bloomers Spiritron Dress, the limited-time Divine Three-Legged Race Craft Essence, and ascension materials. If a player previously unlocked the Olympian Bloomers Spiritron Dress, then they will simply receive Rare Prisms.

The Japanese version of Fate/Grand Order recently launched Lostbelt 6. The banner, which featured new Servants such as Morgan and Fairy Knight Tristan, ended earlier this month. The English version of Fate/Grand Order has started the Gudaguda Final Honnoji event. Players can obtain a free 4-star Lancer, Kagetora Nagao, through the story.

The Grand Nero Festival ~ 2021 Early Summer event in the Japanese version of Fate/Grand Order will run from June 30 until July 14, 2021. Fate/Grand Order is available worldwide on mobile devices.

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