Fate/Grand Order (English)

Fate/Grand Order (English)

By Aniplex Inc.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-06-25
  • Current Version: 1.11.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 162.67 MB
  • Developer: Aniplex Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 2,266 Ratings

Description

A new mobile "Fate RPG," presented by TYPE-MOON! With an impressive main scenario and multiple character quests, the game features millions of words of original story! Packed with content that both fans of the Fate franchise and newcomers will be able to enjoy. Summary 2017 A.D. Chaldea, an organization tasked with observing Earth's future, has confirmed that human history will be eliminated at 2019. Without warning, the promised future of 2017 disappeared. Why? How? Who? By what means? AD. 2004. A certain provincial town in Japan. For the first time ever, a region that could not be observed appeared. Assuming that this was the cause of humanity’s extinction, Chaldea carried out its sixth experiment - time travel into the past. A forbidden ceremony where they would convert humans into Spiritrons and send them back in time. By intervening in events, they would locate, identify, and destroy the space-time Singularities. The mission classification is an order to protect Humanity: Grand Order. This is the title for those who would take a stand against human history and battle fate in order to protect mankind. Game Introduction A command card battle RPG optimized for smart phones! Players become Masters and together with Heroic Spirits, defeat enemies and solve the mystery of human history's disappearance. It's up the players to form a party with their favorite Heroic Spirits - both new and old. Game Composition/Scenario Direction Kinoko Nasu Character Design/Art Direction Takashi Takeuchi Scenario Writers Yuichiro Higashide, Hikaru Sakurai Recommended operating system: OS compatible with iOS 8.0 or higher. Enabled devices: iPhone 5 and higher, iPad 3rd generation and higher, iPad Mini 2 and higher, iPod touch 6th generation *Please confirm system requirements on home page instead of from the App Store compatibility. *Incompatible with iPod touch 5th generation and lower, iPhone 4S and lower. This application uses "CRIWARE (TM)" from CRI Middleware Co. Ltd.

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Reviews

  • Wonderful!

    5
    By sugarglumm
    This game is so much fun! I got locked out of my account and they did not hesitate to help. Within two days I got my account back. Excellent game with excellent service! The drop rates for ascension material is horrible, but you can easily buy them during an event. For people saying it is too hard to get a 4 Star, it is not. During events they usually have free 4 Star servants and 5 Star craft essences. As for 5 Stars, you WILL get one eventually as long as you are patient enough. Remember to not get to caught up in the ‘salt’, isn’t the objective to have fun?
  • Like it but it bugs me

    5
    By Renkmon
    Okay in this resent event the garden of sinners the ghost in the forests are to op with the healing abilities and that only two of them can die but the third doesn’t
  • Great game! Don't need deep pockets to have fun!

    4
    By Gotxrayvision
    I've been playing this for nearly two months and I must say it's one of the best mobile games I've ever put my time into. Gameplay is very fun and having a group of well known fate franchise characters to order around is a blast. That being said, obtaining said well known servants requires rolling on the premium currency gachas. Yes, getting this currency (saint quartz) without sending actual money is time consuming, but there are plenty of quartz to be gained by many means like logging on everyday, doing the weekly missions, doing free quests, etc. Also remember to do your dailies and burn any 3 star items you don't need or want to gain Mana prisms to exchange for summon tickets. With all this, some patience, and a little luck you'll be able to summon your favorites before you know it. So get in there, have faith, and don't forget to have fun as well!
  • Add more hero’s

    5
    By Ken J II
    Achilles, Patroclus, and more to the game and it will definitely be more fun!
  • Please add IPX screen support

    4
    By Malikai93
    Game is good, rate up is a lie, please update the app so that it’s not boxed in on the iPhone X screen.
  • Where is the new update?

    4
    By LittleWashu45
    I try to open up my Game app but it keeps saying that it needs updating but some reason when it takes me back to the App Store and it said it’s open but I don’t know when update will be.
  • Tricky but rewarding

    5
    By Papermark
    When I first started playing, I honestly didn’t know what I was doing, had to use some quartz just to get by, this ain’t like any other Gacha games as some banners are more tempting than most especially if you want that servant but it isn’t always necessary. Re-runs will happen and I enjoy the game compared to other Gacha games I played
  • Randomized greatness

    5
    By Atlas Unknown
    Since I found this extension of fate I have spent more time learning the ins and outs of fgo While giving content and longevity this mobile is worth while and fun.
  • Fantastic

    5
    By Aldenar
    Amazing game, fun for free events. How ever the pay feature could be a bit better 1% chance of a 5 star servant, is often over shadowed by too many boost cards
  • Fate Grand Order is as fascinating as Fate itself!

    5
    By Aguilarojo
    Type Moon, Aniplex and the artists, designers and all the talented people who participated in it’s creation did a marvelous job. The adherence of the Servants to certain persons of human history is interesting but, I appreciate that while these associations with real people are close - the associations with history isn’t slavishly adhered to allowing Servants to be and remain closer to a reimagined loose interpretation of an historical person rather than who they actually were. What did spook me into viewing this game uniquely is the story line of FGO focusing upon the crisis period of change of real history from 2017 forward. The word “prescient” doesn’t begin to describe my view of this game. It is part of the reason I enjoy this game differently from others. I enjoy many things about FGO how the Servants are designed and portrayed, how they interact with their user/Master. I think Mizu (a Master who contributed her comments in the review section) is correct, the game should follow or morph/adjust according to whether a Master identifies/utilizes her Avatar as male or female; the Servants manner of relationship, including how the Servants behave and interact with a Master should adjust accordingly. This may be tricky to implement but I was already under the impression that this nuance was already incorporated into the game. Type Moon and Aniplex do such a magnificent job within their anime work, it never occurred to me that they would miss this nuance. Of course, I completely understand how an anime character is essentially different from a Servant embedded in a game. I cannot imagine the programming effort involved to build their appearance of intelligence or capacity for even limited conversation. I recognize their massive effort and achievement however as mathematics and programming has been both a portion of my personal interests and a part of my actual career when I’m not playing as a Master. I recognize enough that I wonder what could be if the Servants became imbued with Artificial Intelligence informing their decisions and interactions. I also recognize however that this may also be an excessive request. However, so much great art has been embedded into FGO, sometimes I am more interested in exploring the world’s environment that the Servants existence within than engaging with them in battles. The battles are interesting, but as there was an effort to build their respective characters and personalities hopefully it is not beyond reason to wonder how the Servants may be if their personalities/awareness was raised even further. Returning to Mizu though, she should be supported in her enjoyment of the game as I am as a male. As a typical male, I was unaware of how her level of enjoyment was less than mine until I read her comment. Please employ those improvements. Another game of FGOs caliber and scale of reach of the human journey doesn’t exist and the inspiration and respite I gain from participating in FGO in playing the game, should be available to her and all females. Regarding Servant’s capacities and battle skills I become more and more amazed at how the game approaches how the Servants are in the anime. I’m not sure, nor do I think anyone understands this yet either, how the Servants may become completely unique entities, growing to be even different from their anime personas, as they become embedded with more advanced programming and/or AI. Where would those uniques developments be stored? In a specific Master’s account? Interesting problems and challenges to what is currently known and possible in modern computing and gaming sciences/arts. I have no doubt Type Moon and Aniplex will meet it wonderfully. Expecting the impossible to become a regular achievement by Type Moon and Aniplex. And why not? You’ve gotten this far, so - keep going!

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