On February 19, 2019, we learned the Fate/Extella Link North American release date had been set for March 19, 2019. Now, people in Europe and Australia can take solace in knowing they won’t have to wait too long to also join Servants on the battlefield. Fate/Extella Link will appear in those regions on March 22, 2019. That means there is only a three-day delay.
As a reminder, there will be three versions of the game, if you are buying the Nintendo Switch or PlayStation 4 releases. (The PlayStation Vita and PC versions are digital-only.) In Europe, there is the standard edition, the £74.99 Joyeuse Edition that includes a 26-track soundtrack, 10 Servant collectible cards, and Nero, Drake, and Scáthach acrylic diorama, and the £119.99 Emperor of Paladins Edition that includes everything in the Joyeuse Edition and a 144-tile Holy Moon of the Tile Mahjong Set.
Here is the official Fate/Extella Link trailer revealing the European and Australian release date.
Fate/Extella Link will come to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PC in North America on March 19, 2019. It will show up in Europe and Australia on March 22, 2019. It is immediately available in Japan.