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Tsukihime Login Campaign Live in Fate/Grand Order

A Fate/Grand Order login campaign is now live on the global server to celebrate the release of Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon-. It’ll run from June 19, 2024 to July 6, 2024.

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You must log into the game during the campaign in order to obtain these bonuses. If you log in seven times, you can receive:

  1. Hellfire of Wisdom ALL SSR x10
  2. 3,000,000 QP
  3. Hero Crystal: Star Fou ALL 3* (HP)
  4. Hero Crystal: Sun Fou ALL 3* (ATK)
  5. Hellfire of Wisdom ALL SSR x 10
  6. 3,000,000 QP
  7. Saint Quartz x10

The above list is in order. So for example, if you log in once, you’ll get the 10 Hellfires of Wisdom. The next time you log in, it’ll be 3,000,000 QP. Even if you skip a day in between, you’ll still get whatever reward is next on that list.

Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon- came out in 2021 for Japan. The English version will come out this month, with a Windows PC version as well. This is a remake of the classic Tsukihime visual novel, with improved graphics and an expanded story. A piece of blue glass moon will only cover the Arcueid and Ciel routes. Its sequel, The other side of red garden, will cover the Far Side storyline, as well as add an additional route starring Satsuki Yumizuka.

Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon- will come out in English on June 27, 2024 for the PS4 and Nintendo Switch. A Windows PC version will come out later in 2024. Fate/Grand Order is readily available on mobile devices.

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