TYPE-MOON Studio BB Opens Countdown Site for Fate/EXTRA 10th Ann.

Wednesday, July 15th, 2020

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The 10th anniversary of Fate/EXTRA takes place on July 22, 2020, and TYPE-MOON Studio BB is preparing a special video to commemorate the occasion. In preparation of this event, Studio BB has opened up countdown site, showing a clock ticking down till the anniversary takes place. An interesting thing to note is that the countdown site is available in both Japanese and English. TYPE-MOON Studio BB has announced that the video will be released at 12:00 (most likely JST) on July 22, 2020. You can watch the video once its released on the countdown site, Studio BB’s official Twitter account, and their official YouTube channel.

TYPE-MOON Studio BB | Countdown Site

Fate/EXTRA launched on July 22, 2010 in Japan on PlayStation Portable. The game would later launch in November 2011 in North America courtesy of Aksys Games. Ghostlight would release the game in Europe in May 2012. Fate/EXTRA CCC, a sequel / alternate route to the first game, would release in March 2013. Unlike the first game, this game would not see an overseas release.

Are you ready to celebrate Fate/EXTRA‘s 10th anniversary?

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