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Fate/Grand Order Teases New Shin-Yamataikoku Event


Lasengle has hinted at a brand new upcoming Gudaguda occasion for the Japanese server of Fate/Grand Order. The occasion’s title is “Overwhelming Tea Ceremony Battle: Gudaguda Shin Yamataikoku – The Man Who Returned from Hell –.” It will debut in-game from mid-September 2022. [Thanks, Gamer!]

So far, there’s very restricted data on the brand new Gudaguda occasion. Gudaguda Servants corresponding to Nobunaga, Ryoma, and Okita will obtain bonuses. These bonuses will enable them to deal extra harm, in addition to achieve extra bond factors per battle. More data will seem in the course of the Gudaguda Shin Yamataikoku Chaldea broadcast. It will air on September 14, 2022 from 19:00 JST, which is 3:00 AM PST/6:00 AM EST.

Check out a teaser for the published beneath.

The Shin Yamatai-koku occasion will likely be a continuation of the one which initially got here out on the Japanese server in 2020. Coincidentally sufficient, the North American server will debut the localized model of the Yamataikoku occasion from September 14, 2022. This occasion will introduce new Servants Himiko (Ruler) and Saito Hajime (Saber).

In order to entry the Shin Yamataikoku occasion, Masters might want to have first accomplished Lostbelt No. 4. It is unknown if there will likely be a free Servant to acquire from this occasion. Finishing the story for the primary one didn’t garner gamers a brand new addition to their roster. Instead, the primary Yamataikoku occasion positioned Nobukatsu within the free summoning banner for a restricted time.

The Overwhelming Tea Ceremony Battle: Gudaguda Shin Yamataikoku occasion will debut in mid-September 2022 on the Japanese server of Fate/Grand Order. More data will seem on September 14, 2022. Fate/Grand Order is obtainable on cellular units.



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