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Fate/Grand Order Babylonia Anime Gets Trailer for Episode 0


Earlier today, the official Fate/Grand Order: Zettai Majū Sensen Babylonia anime website updated with a teaser trailer. The minute-long promo previews the events of the recently released “Episode 0” schedule, with character dialogue providing the major story beats.

Though the teaser is region locked, the show’s official Twitter account updated with the promo as well. You can check it out below.

Fate/Grand Order: Zettai Majū Sensen Babylonia Episode 0 is available via major digital distribution outlets in Japan.

The main Fate/Grand Order: Zettai Majū Sensen Babylonia TV series will launch on October 5. The show will adapt the “Order VII: The Absolute Frontline in the War Against the Demonic Beasts: Babylonia” plotline from the smartphone game.

Fate Grand Order Zettai Maju Sensen Babylonia Anime VisualToshifumi Akai will direct the project at CloverWorks, with Tomoaki Takase (Occultic;Nine, Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend) providing character designs. The team of Keita Haga (Fate/stay night TV, Fate/Grand Order: First Order) and Ryo Kawasaki ) will score the soundtrack, while Takeshi Takeuchi (Fate anime franchise) serves as lead character designer.

The confirmed voice cast includes:

  • Gilgamesh: Tomokazu Seki
  • Enkidu: Yu Kobayashi
  • Mashu Kyrielight: Rie Takahashi
  • Fou: Ayako Kawasumi
  • Ishtar: Kana Ueda
  • Merlin: Takahashi Sakurai
  • Ana: Yuu Asakawa

Fate/Grand Order began its life as a smartphone game, which launched in Japan in July 2015. The series made its North American début two years later, on June 25, 2017. Since its release, the title has gone on to gross $982 million in revenues in 2017, making it the world’s most profitable smartphone game.

Source: Comic Natalie

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