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Fate/Samurai Remnant PC Page Live on Steam

Fate Samurai Remnant PC

Koei Tecmo’s upcoming Fate franchise game now has a store presence. A product page for Fate/Samurai Remnant on PC has gone live via the Steam marketplace. Early last week, a page went up for the game on the PlayStation Network Store, though it’s just a placeholder without much information. [Thanks, KaroshiMyriad!]

The Steam store page for Fate/Samurai Remnant on PC is similarly anemic. Its minimum and recommended system requirements are currently blank, and its release window is still limited to 2023. Notably, it does reveal the expected language support for the game. It’ll be available in English, Japanese, Simplified and Traditional Chinese, and Korean. However, the voice dub for the game will be exclusively Japanese.

Check out the teaser trailer, which debuted on December 31, 2022, during Type-Moon’s yearly New Year’s Eve broadcast.

Fate/Samurai Remnant is a new action-RPG spin-off, set during the Edo period of Japanese history. It seems to involve a “new Holy Grail War” and a “Waxing Moon Ritual”. The protagonist appears to become a Master in a Holy Grail War, inadvertently summoning a Servant, whose identity is unconfirmed.

Later on, the protagonist encounters the female version of Musashi Miyamoto, who first appeared in Fate/Grand Order. Unlike other FGO manifestations of historical figures, the FGO version of Musashi Miyamoto is from an alternate dimension herself. Throughout her appearances in FGO she’s seen wandering through different alternative histories searching for her “home” timeline. It’s unknown if Fate/Samurai Remnant involves this version of the character or will surface another interpretation.

Fate/Samurai Remnant is set for release in 2023 on the PS4, PS5, PC via Steam, and Nintendo Switch.

Josh Tolentino
Josh Tolentino is Senior Staff Writer at Siliconera. He previously helped run Japanator, prior to its merger with Siliconera. He's also got bylines at Destructoid, GameCritics, The Escapist, and far too many posts on Twitter.