Fate/Samurai Remnant’s 3rd DLC Gets June 20 Launch Date

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The third and last DLC for action-RPG Fate/Samurai Remnant, Record’s Fragment: Bailong and the Crimson Demon, will become available on June 20. 

KOEI TECMO describes the DLC’s story premise as:

Mysteriously disappearing children. Rumors of evil spirits in Yoshiwara.
A strange voice calling out to Miyamoto Iori. A suddenly attacking bird monster.

In the midst of all these strange incidents, Yui Shousetsu appears in the form of a child and declares that if nothing is done, Edo will be destroyed.

With the Spirit Font in turmoil, aspirants of the Waxing Moon join together to face a new anomaly.

Among them is a newly arrived Servant, an unrivaled spear-wielder, Rogue Rider Zhao Yun.
“Feel the sting of Zhao Zilong’s spear!”

Image source: @FateSR_Official

The first two DLCs, Record’s Fragment: Keian Command Championship and Record’s Fragment: Yagyu Sword Chronicles, were released in February and April. The base game launched for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Steam globally on September 29, 2023. All three DLC are part of the Season Pass.

Fate/Samurai Remnant is developed and published by KOEI TECMO GAMES with production cooperation from AniplexKinoko Nasu supervised the title with Rei Wataru as character designer and Hikaru Sakurai and Yuichirou Higashide as story supervisors. The opening animation was directed by Nakaya Onsen (Fate/Grand Order – Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia Episode 18 storyboard artist and director, Jujutsu Kaisen 0 co-cursed spirits designer) and produced by CloverWorks.

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Sources: @FateSR_Official, Gematsu

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