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Fate/EXTELLA LINK Vita Still A thing

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Some may have written off the PS Vita already, but XSEED Games still have the little handheld in mind. They announced today that Fate/EXTELLA LINK Vita release will release on March 19th along with releases for PS4, Switch, and PC via Steam.

That’s right folks, THE VITA LIVES!!!

Fate/EXTELLA LINK introduces 10 new Servants to the original roster of 16, and players can customize their favorite with a number of costumes, and command them in new 4-on-4 multiplayer online battles (excluding “PS Vita” system version, which does not have an online mode). In addition to the online battles, players can also experience local multiplayer mode on Nintendo Switch. To help choose which edition of the game will include their preferred bundled DLC and additional contents, XSEED Games has created a helpful grid detailing which special item is available in each version.

What is the cost?

The game will be available at select retailers in North America on PS4™ system and Nintendo Switch via the limited “Fleeting Glory Edition” for a MSRP of $79.99, and an exclusive Digital Deluxe Edition will be available on PS4™ system and Steam for $59.99.

Remember to wait for reviews before pre-order/purchase.

The base version of the title will also be available at retail for PS4™ system and Nintendo Switch, and digitally on PS4™system, Nintendo Switch and PC for $49.99. The “PS Vita” system version of the title will be exclusively available digitally for $49.99 for the Digital Deluxe Edition and $39.99 for the base game.

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