Fate Grand Order Thanksgiving

Scathach, Okita Lead Fate/Grand Order Thanksgiving Promo

The English-language edition of Fate/Grand Order will soon be kicking off its special Thanksgiving promotional campaign. Confirming an announcement first delivered during Anime NYC, Aniplex set the date of the Fate/Grand Order Thanksgiving campaign for November 24, 2021.

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Once the campaign begins, Fate/Grand Order players will receive a bonus of Saint Quartz currency upon login. Additionally, special Thanksgiving 2021 missions will be activated. These missions consist of objectives that players can clear in exchange for rewards of Saint Quartz, Command Card Enhancement materials, and special Craft Essence items. Grinding experience to level Servants with will also be a little easier during the Fate/Grand Order Thanksgiving promo. Ember Gathering daily quests will have their AP costs halved for the campaign. Similarly, the chance of getting a Super or Great Success when applying experience is doubled for the campaign.

Visual upgrades are also part of the campaign. The Saber-class Souji Okita, Lancer-class Scathach, and Assassin-class Jack the Ripper will receive updates to their attack animations and Noble Phantasm.

Check out Okita’s upgrades in this trailer.

 
Scathach, as one of the earliest limited-rarity Servants, was also long in waiting for an animation update.

 
Jack the Ripper was also given updates to her attacks.

 
Players with currency to burn can opt to roll on a set of limited Fate/Grand Order Thanksgiving summon banners. Each day until the end of November, a set of Servants not in the normal summoning pool will be available. These include Okita Souji (Saber), Scathach (Lancer), Sima Yi (Reines), Archer of Shinjuku (James Moriarty), Berserker-class Xiang Yu, Jack the Ripper, and the Caster-class Summer version of Nero Claudius.

Besides the Thanksgiving campaign, Aniplex also released more content about what’s coming next to Fate/Grand Order. The fifth chapter of the Cosmos in the Lostbelt main quest will release in December 2021. Accessing it will require completion of the current latest chapter, Lostbelt No.4: Yugakshetra. The company also released a localized edition of the 6th Anniversary “Flashback Tracks” special. The concert first aired during the Japanese edition’s 6th Anniversary celebration. In it, musicians performed live renditions of musical pieces from the first five chapters of Cosmos in the Lostbelt.

 
Fate/Grand Order is immediately available on iOS and Android. The Thanksgiving campaign will open on November 24, 2021, and close on December 4, 2021.


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