Fate/Grand Order English Version Surpasses 5 Million Downloads

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Fate/Grand Order | 5 Million Downloads Campaign

Aniplex of America has announced that the English version of Fate/Grand Order has surpassed 5 million downloads since its release in June 2017. The English version is available in 7 countries including the U.S., Canada, Australia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, and Vietnam. In order to celebrate this achievement, a special “5 Million Downloads” campaign will be held in-game.

The campaign will feature the limited-time return of 5-star Caster, Leonardo da Vinci. It will also include the following rewards:

  • Daily login bonuses
  • Increased success rates for Servant and Craft Essence enhancements
  • The return of the acquisition quest of the Royal Brand Mystic Code.
  • And more!

Fate/Grand Order recently received an award for excellence in the “Games of the Year” category at the Japan Game Awards 2018 by the Computer Entertainment Supplier’s Association (CESA). It is available in 5 languages in over 10 different regions due to overwhelming fan demand. The fan response in the United States was so strong, that a Fate/Grand Order U.S.A. Tour was announced for 2019. You can read more about the tour itself HERE.

SOURCE: Press Release

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