New TV anime will premiere in July, the film's first chapter hits theaters October 14
The TV anime adaptation of Fate/Apocrypha, a spin-off novel in Type-Moon's Fate/stay night franchise written by Yuichiro Higashide, is set to premiere on Tokyo MX, BS 11, Tochigi TV, and MBS in July 2017. It will be also simultaneously streamed on Netflix.
Its OP song "Eiyu: Unmei no Uta" (Hero: The Song of Fate) is performed by EGOIST (SACRA MUSIC) produced by ryo(supercell). This is the first time for the artist to provide a theme song for the Fate franchise.
And its yet-titled ED song is performed by two-member unit GARNiDELiA (SACRA MUSIC). This is also their
first collaboration work for the Fate franchise.
TV anime "Fate/Apocrypha" teaser visual
Visual for Anime Japan 2017
"presage flower," the first chapter of the three-part film series Fate/stay night [Heaven's Feel] based on
the third story line of the original Fate/stay night game featuring Sakura Matou, is set for a release in
Japan on October 14, 2017. Its yet-titled theme song is confirmed to be sung by 26-year-old singer Aimer.
Her 8th single song "Brave Shine" released in June 2015 was used as the 2nd OP theme for the Fate/stay
night [Unlimited Blade Works] TV anime.
"Fate/stay night[Heaven’s Feel]Ⅰ.presage flower" key visual
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