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Fate/Grand Order Movie Wandering: Agateram Releases New Trailer

Fate/Grand Order is an online game that is adapted into anime just like a lot of other well-known series. The upcoming anime film for the series has just released a new trailer for fans.

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Based in a world that is soon to face abrupt destruction, attempts are being made to keep the planet habitable. Two people are sent to the past to set the future right. The story revolves around the adventures of these two individuals.

The official website of Fate/Grand Order – Divine Realm of the Round Table: Camelot released a new trailer for the first part of the two-part movie, Wandering: Agateram.

The first film will be released on 5th December 2020.  

劇場版 「Fate/Grand Order -神聖円卓領域キャメロット- 前編Wandering; Agateram」 本予告

[Part 1 “Wandering; Agateram” This preview video lifted]

The preview video of the first part “Wandering; Agateram” of the movie version of FGO Camelot, which will be released in theaters on Saturday, December 5, has been lifted. New cuts such as battle scenes have been added, making it a powerful image.

Please take a look.

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Many new cuts and edits from the film have been added into the new trailer. The action scenes between the Knights of the Round Table are also shown.

It is a power-packed trailer that gives us a glimpse into the upcoming film.

Maaya Sakamoto’s theme song, “Dokuhaku” is featured in the trailer. Bedivere, a knight of King Arthur, is an important character in the movie and Miyano Mamoru plays the role of Bedivere.

Fate/Grand Order Movie Wandering
Fate/Grand Order Cover | Source: Wikipedia

Miyano Mamoru commented that although it has been some time since recording Bedivere’s voice, the trailer brings back the feelings perfectly. The powerful visuals in the trailer make the Bedivere inside him tingle.

The fourth round of advance ticket sales will start on 10th October. The price is ¥1,500 ($14.14) each.

Those who buy advance tickets will get additional gifts of a folder with two pieces of portraits.

Wandering: Agateram was supposed to debut in August 2020. However, its release date was delayed to December 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

About Fate/Grand Order

A.D. 2016, the foundations of humanity have been incinerated by the Mage King Solomon. Chaldea, a secret mages organization with the mission to preserve humanity’s future, foresaw mankind’s extinction in 2015.

Thus commenced the operation to repair the Singularities in history caused by Holy Grails dispersed across time and space—Operation Grand Order.

Using the Rayshift time travel technology, Chaldea’s last master Ritsuka Fujimaru and his demi-servant Mash Kyrielight have traveled to and resolved six Singularities.

Now, they depart for their most dangerous destination yet: a civilization in the Age of Gods, B.C. 2655 Mesopotamia.

Ritsuka and Mash soon discover that Demonic Beasts roam the land, attacking people and towns. Amidst chaos and terror lies humanity’s last defense—Uruk, a fortress city that acts as the frontline for the battle against the beasts.

The battlefront is commanded by none other than King Gilgamesh, the King of Heroes, who sought aid from Heroic Spirits and took on the role of a mage to protect his city.

Along with Gilgamesh and the summoned servants, Ritsuka and Mash must protect Uruk against the magical beasts’ onslaught and defeat the Three Goddess Alliance who aims to eradicate humankind; all the while, a greater threat looms over Uruk, preparing for its awakening.

Source: Official website of Fate/Grand Order

Originally Written By Epic Dope

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