"Fate/Grand Order" Anime TV Special Planned

Hitoshi Nanba (Go Sick, Heroman) directs the feature-length Lay-duce (Classroom Crisis) production

Shortly after fans noticed that the cover of the December issue of magazine Comptiq tipped the hand, a Fate/EXTELLA Nico Nico Douga stream revealed news that smartphone RPG Fate/Grand Order will be getting an anime adaptation. This starts with Fate/Grand Order ‐First Order-, a feature length TV anime special coming for the end of the 2016. Hitoshi Nanba (Go Sick, Heroman) directs the Lay-duce (Classroom Crisis) production with Takuro Tsukada (Chaika) assisting. 


Kinoko Nasu and Takashi Takeuchi are credited with original story and character designs.

Yatterman Night's Keisuke Goto does the anime character designs with Ayumi Sekine (makuranodanshi) on scripts. Maaya Sakamoto's "Color" is the theme.


Action starts in 2015 where the Chaldea Security Organization work to prevent the extinction of humanity, starting with the Grail War in the Japanese city of Fuyuki during 2004.


Cast includes

Ritsuka Fujimaru - Nobunaga Shimazaki


Mashu Kirieraito  - Rie Takahashi


Fou - Ayako Kawasumi


Olga Marie Animusphere -  Madoka Yonezawa

(game art)

Romani Archaman - Kenichi Suzumura

(game art)

Lev Lainur Flauros - Tomokazu Sugita

(game art)



December Comptiq





In other F/GO doings, the game is doing a tie-in with action game Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star ahead of its November 10th release,



Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

Other Top News

Sort by: