In the official website for the Fate/Extra television anime adaptation titled Fate/Extra Last Encore on Wednesday, a new visual was released for its special Illustrias Geocentrism which is slated to premiere on July 29. The special will run for a total of two hours.
This special will be shown at the “Fate/Grand Order Fes. 2018~3rd Anniversary~” event which will be held at Makuhari Messe in Chiba on July 28-29. The special will be screen on July 28 with four main cast members joining to participate in a talk event.
The main television anime series for Fate/Extra was released in January 27 exclusively on Netflix in Japan with the subtitle “Oblitus Chidōsetsu” (Oblitus Heliocentrism).
The Fate/Extra game was released for the PlayStation Portable in 2010 in Japan by Marvelous Entertainment and Type-Moon. The game was released for North America in 2011. The companion game Fate/Extra CCC was released in Japan for the same platform in March 2013.
Source: Comic Natalie
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