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Takasugi Shinsaku Will Be the CBC 2023 Fate/Grand Order Servant

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Lasengle revealed that the new White’s Day Servant in Fate/Grand Order (FGO) will be Takasugi Shinsaku. This is only going to be for the Japanese server. It is unknown when Takasugi will appear on the global server. We can also see some of the CBC 2023 Craft Essences that players will be able to get when the event starts on March 17, 2023.

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The full title of the event will be “CBC2023 Chaldea Heavy Machinery Story ~ Our BtoB~.” The story will focus on Chaldea’s efforts to beat out its competitors and become the number one corporation in SAITAMA. As for Takasugi, he will be a limited SSR Archer Servant. Though this event will be his playable debut, he had already showed up in Fate/Grand Order as an NPC. His first appearance was during the Showa Kishin Project GUDAGUADA Event.

Aside from Takasugi, Lasengle will also introduce a handful of new Craft Essences. Whenever you get a Craft Essence that is part of CBC2023, you can hear a special voiced line based on the scenarios. There will also be the Photography function for a limited time. You can take pictures of Servants in your My Room, with the background changing every day. During the CBC2023 event, there are login bonuses, including one where Takasugi talks to you in a voiced dialog scene.

Fate/Grand Order is readily available on mobile devices. The CBC 2023 event on the Japanese server of Fate/Grand Order will start from March 17, 2023, and that is also when Takasugi Shinsaku will appear in the gacha for a limited time. More information on his kit and voice actor will appear in the near future.

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