Even though Fate/ Grand Order is a spinoff game in and of itself, it has some fresh content of its own. With five animes, two films, three stage plays, countless games, and three manga spinoffs, the Fate alternative timeline has taken on a life of its own.
That should be enough right? Nope, Daisuke Moriyama has taken it upon itself to further expand the franchise, playing into the fans’ wishes. But do not worry, as the story isn’t a new addition, but a manga adaptation from the game itself.
The September Issue of Kadokawa’s Dengeki Daioh monthly has begun serializing Daisuke Moriyama’s Fate/ Grand Order SABER WARS II Extra Edition- Jane and Ishtar- Shooting Star of One Million Light Years manga based on TYPE-MOON’s Fate franchise from 27th July 2021.
The Fate/ Grand Order spinoff is the first part of a two-part one-shot. The second part will be released on 27th August 2021 in the October edition of the magazine.
Moriyama’s adaptation covers the events that occur in the game where Calamity Jane and Space Istar (not Istar of Rin) play their part in protecting the Galaxy. The game follows an alternative timeline on the Unlimited Blade Works route.
The September Issue of the magazine also features Kyosuke Kamishiro’s new manga series Solving your Mystery I Answer.
The manga is an adaptation of a light novel by the same name about a girl who can guess the criminal of any incident as if it was a revelation from God!
As is the case with Fate, the web grows more and more. It might be daunting for those who are yet to get into it, but for those of us who are in too deep, this puts a smile on our faces.
About Fate Series
Fate/stay night is a Japanese visual novel developed by Type-Moon, released initially as an adult game for Windows.
The story revolves around Shirou Emiya, an honest and hardworking teen who is forced to enter The Fifth Holy Grail War.
In this deathmatch tournament, participants fight with magical abilities, as the winner gets to chance to have their desires come to life. Following a near-death experience, he meets Saber, an artificial personification of the legend Arturia Pendragon, designed to help the participants.