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Ibuki-Douji Stars in New Fate/Samurai Remnant DLC Trailer

A new trailer for the first DLC of Fate/Samurai Remnant appeared, with Ibuki-Douji taking the main stage. The DLC “Record’s Fragment: Keian Command Championship” will come out on February 9, 2024.

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You can watch the trailer here:

The trailer starts with setting the stage. Gilgamesh has organized a competition for all Masters and Servants to participate in. You’ll be able to play as the other Master teams aside from Iori and Saber, with them interacting with each other and fighting each other in a tournament. Ibuki then shows up as an enemy.

For this DLC, there will be multiple endings depending on the Master/Servant duo you chose, and Gilgamesh will also appear as an ally. You will also be able to play as Ibuki in the DLC. Finally, if you clear certain conditions, you’ll be able to use Gilgamesh and Ibuki in the main story as Rogue Servants.

Aoi Yuki will reprise her role as Ibuki in the Fate/Samurai Remnant DLC. Since her debut in 1996, she has become a prominent voice actress with many credits in anime and video games. Some of her more well-known roles include Futaba in Persona 5, Madoka in Puella Magi Madoka Magica, and Iris in Pokemon: Best Wishes.

Fate/Samurai Remnant is readily available for the PS4, PS5, Windows PC, and Nintendo Switch. The “Record’s Fragment: Keian Command Championship” paid DLC will appear on February 9, 2024.

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