The theme song for the film was also confirmed
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Today saw the release of Fate/Grand Order Final Singularity - Grand Temple of Time: Solomon in theaters in Japan, giving anime fans the grand finale of this arc of the Fate/Grand Order lore. To celebrate the release, a brand new poster was shown off, along with the reveal of the theme song for the film – though be warned, it may be a spoiler!
Fate/Grand Order Final Singularity uses the ayumi's "Eternity Blue" as the theme song for the film. Fans of the Fate/Grand Order might recognize it as the ending theme to the game, signifying the end of the story, though not the epic that is F/GO. The new poster was drawn by concept artist Lownine, known for their work on NieR:Automata, Final Fantasy XIV, and the F/GO smartphone game.
Fate/Grand Order Final Singularity is the culmination of the entire first act of the Fate/Grand Order smartphone game, with the story centered on the present rather than singularities in the past, like Fate/Grand Order - Divine Realm of the Round Table: Camelot Paladin; Agateram. Final Singularity is being made as a follow-up to Babylonia, with the cast and staff from the TV anime series returning for the new anime. Babylonia is currently streaming on Crunchyroll, which describes it as such:
2017 AD. Researchers and scholars of both Magecraft and science have been gathered to maintain human civilization under the Chaldea Security Organization. But calculations then proved the extinction of humanity in 2019. The cause is "realms that cannot be observed" that suddenly appeared in various eras of history, called "Singularities." Ritsuka Fujimaru, the one Master remaining in Chaldea, has been intervening within these Singularities, alongside the Demi-Servant Mash Kyrielight. He has been attending to the forbidden rituals to resolve or destroy the Singularities: the "Grand Order."
Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram.