The first ever DLC for Fate/Samurai Remnant is finally here. DLC Vol.1 is titled as "Record’s Fragment: Keian Command Championship" and introduces new story elements along with controllable characters.
For this new DLC, the boss of Babyloni-ya has summoned the Masters and Servants to a mysterious arena. There he suddenly announces the start of the Keian Command Championship with the winner said to receive a wish granter that outshines even the moon. In this extraordinary tournament, each contests fight, bringing their own motives.
A Dream Match
Seven different teams are available in the Waxing Moon Ritual. This means players get to go through seven different routes. They also get to control characters aside from Iori and Saber. This tournament offers multiple perspectives that weren't depicted in the main story.
New Character Dialogues
In between the matches, players get to watch new cutscenes and learn more about the characters. For those able to win the tournament, they get to unlock an ending sequence unique to each team.
A New Servant
The Divine Spirit Ibuki-Douji, the Divided Spirit of Yamata-no-Orochi, appears in the game. Players can see what she brings to the fight in the tournament. Depending on which team they choose to play as, players can also control Ibuki-Douji and fight through the matches. Once they meet a certain condition, they can have Ibuki-Douji and the boss accompany them as Rogue Servants in the main story.
Fate/Samurai Remnant is now offered in both Standard and Digital Deluxe editions. The Digital Deluxe Edition comes with the base game along with a digital artbook and soundtrack. It also has the Fate/Samurai Remnant Season Pass which contains three DLC sets, and the Season Pass Bonus item “Hallowed Relic Sword Mountings.”
A demo of the game is also currently available on all platforms. It has players experience the encounter between the protagonist, Miyamoto Iori, and his Servant, Saber, and to their first battle against Rider and Lancer. The demo also has thrilling action as the team explores the town of Asakusa. Save data from the demo can be carried over to the full version.
Fate/Samurai Remnant is available for the PC via Steam. The game has also been released for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and the Nintendo Switch.